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"Technical support handled all our issues quickly and effectively.""Easy verification of things is the most valuable feature.""The Granular Restore of SQL feature has been a lifesaver more times than I can count. One of the main reasons for looking at Carbonite was their support for platforms like AIX and AS/400 Series.""It does not slow down your computer or use a lot of resources as it works.""It seems reliable and easy to use."

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"The solution is very stable. Very rarely do we have any issues with it. We don't have to deal with bugs or glitches. It doesn't crash or freeze. We find it to be reliable.""Code42 Next-Gen DLP is scalable."

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"They do not yet have USB recovery but they are adding it in coming releases.""The support for object storage isn't quite there yet. Its public cloud support can be improved. I would love to see the public cloud support for object storage, and it would be great, but what I always hear from the folks at Carbonite is that in a lot of cases, it directly competes with their cloud offering. So, I don't know when or where that will go or if that will go anywhere, but we are hopeful to see something. The dashboard is a little outdated. If they gave it a facelift and put some better design around their dashboard, that would be tremendous. I generally care less about the visual aesthetics of an application as long as it does what it needed to do, which is true in the case of this solution. We also have the Microsoft 365 platform. Because they're two separate platforms, I have to log in to my Microsoft platform to manage it, and I have to log into my Carbonite server backup platform to manage it. Having these two coexist together in one management console is really what we're looking for, but we went for it knowing this. We also knew that there would be some integration coming down the road. So, we're again hoping to see some of that coming in 2021.""The only thing that I would like to see improved is related to marketing. Currently, it is very difficult to find the right paper and stuff for me. Their marketing department should provide better information because currently, it is very difficult to find information on the internet. It was bought over by OpenText, and you won't be able to find a lot of information about this solution on their site. They should also provide training facilities for commercial purposes. Some of my colleagues recently went for pilot training, and they were technical. If I want to get trained, the training has to be more commercial. Currently, there is no such training for users like me."

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"What I think could be improved is how I get support.""There doesn't seem to be any feature that is lacking."

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  • "The pricing is between $120 and $150 per year."
  • "Its price is reasonable."
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  • "The pricing is reasonable. It's my understanding that the cost is about $7 for unlimited storage in the cloud per server."
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    Also Known As
    Carbonite Recover Backup
    Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection, Code42 Forensic File Search, Code42 Backup + Restore
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    Overview

    Carbonite Server securely replicates data to the local backup server while securing a second copy in the cloud. Granular restore and local failover options ensure rapid recovery and minimal data loss. With integrated hardware and cloud failover for critical systems, Carbonite Server provides reliable data protection.

    Code42, a leading provider of information security solutions, secures the ideas of more than 50,000 organizations worldwide, including the most recognized brands in business and education. Because Code42 collects and indexes every version of every file, the company offers security, legal and IT teams total visibility and recovery of data--wherever it lives and moves. With real-time alerts and forensics, these teams can easily detect, investigate, and rapidly recover from any data incident, such as ransomware, lost of stolen devices, and insider threats. Supported by a global state-of-the-art cloud infrastructure, the Code42 platform safeguards hundreds of petabytes of data and helps organizations comply with evolving regulatory environments. Founded in 2001, the company is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and backed by Accel Partners, JMI Equity, NEA, and Split Rock Partners. For more information, visit code42.com.
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    INLINE Commercial Construction, Hamilton County
    Adobe, Okta, Samsung, Taylormade, Boston University, Lending Club, North Highland, Stanford University, Ping Identity, Qualcomm, Pandora.
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    Comms Service Provider20%
    Wholesaler/Distributor4%
    Manufacturing Company4%
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    University19%
    Healthcare Company11%
    Media Company8%
    Real Estate/Law Firm8%
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    Comms Service Provider17%
    Government6%
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    Carbonite Server is ranked 37th in Backup and Recovery Software with 3 reviews while Code42 Next-Gen DLP is ranked 33rd in Backup and Recovery Software with 2 reviews. Carbonite Server is rated 8.6, while Code42 Next-Gen DLP is rated 9.6. The top reviewer of Carbonite Server writes "Granular Restore feature has been a lifesaver, but the support for object storage isn't quite there yet". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Code42 Next-Gen DLP writes "Good technical support, a straightforward setup, and very easy to use". Carbonite Server is most compared with Veeam Backup for Office 365, Zerto, Acronis Backup and Veeam Backup & Replication, whereas Code42 Next-Gen DLP is most compared with CrowdStrike Falcon, Cortex XDR by Palo Alto Networks, Carbon Black CB Defense, Digital Guardian and Darktrace. See our Carbonite Server vs. Code42 Next-Gen DLP report.

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