Companies need to quickly back up data to one or multiple locations.

The solution

– a secured platform, compliant with security regulations.
Octonius does not cache or store files, and does not store storage passwords.
– easy to use.
The end-users should be able to backup storage without training.

The process

Backup your storage

1- Connect at least 2 storage to Octonius.
2- click BACKUP on your source storage (the one you want to backup), in the Connected Clouds tab.
3- select your destination storage.
4- finally, click Backup.


5- repeat this operation with another source storage, to backup multiple storage to one single destination storage, or with another destination storage, to backup one storage to multiple storage.

Note: You can currently add Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Box and Dropbox. 

Access your data

Once done, the backup files can be found in your destination storage, under the Octonius/backup folder created by Octonius.


The result

Full storage can be safely backup to any public or private storage at anytime.

Currently built as an additional service to our core application, we offer more backup functional capabilities (like file syncing) and customization on demand, feel free to contact us or visit octonius.

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