Radically simplify backup on a single platform
Data is vital. It’s also surprisingly vulnerable. From an accidental deletion to a malicious attack by bad actors, your data could disappear at any moment, crippling your processes and damaging your reputation and bottom line.
HubStor helps you take backup to the next level with:
- Reliable 3-2-1 data protection.
- Full-coverage backup across VMs, SaaS, shared storage, and more.
- Simple customer experience.
- Better pricing.
Data disappears. Let’s make sure you can get it back.
Backup specific workloads or protect the full spectrum
With HubStor, you get backup as a service with a single pane of glass for all your data and apps.
Safeguard data in Windows and Unix-based file shares at any scale across office locations. More
Tape library replacement
Shift from managing tape yourself to leveraging low-cost archive storage in the cloud. More
Data protection that scales without eating up your budget
Old school IT is the world of under and over provisioning, whether that be the gear or the licenses.
HubStor scales with pricing that is based on actual cloud infrastructure usage for all your backup needs, so you can simplify with:
- No user licensing.
- No per host or CPU licensing.
- No annual maintenance fees.
- No hardware refreshes.
- No running out of storage capacity or licenses.
Connect with us to get a pricing estimate for your needs.
Reliable data protection you can trust
HubStor uniquely protects your information in the cloud. With end-to-end encryption, multi-factor authentication (MFA), IP whitelisting, data residency control, and many more enterprise-grade features, you can enjoy the convenience of Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) without compromising on security or control.
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