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Use hubiC for offsite backups. 10TB for just 10€! Any experiences?


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Hi all,

 

I’m looking to find a cheap remote backup solution in order to make and keep offsite backups of my local office server that is running “Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials” and I have found the hubiC (www.hubic.com) solution that offers 10TB space for just 10 Euros / month.

 

They also have a free 25GB plan and a 100GB plan for 1 Euro / month.

 

From all the research that I have done, this was the cheapest solution I have found. Also this service is provided by OVH.com hosting company that is a reliable and very large European based company with a lot of self-owned Datacenters both in Europe and USA, so they are not “just some kids”.

 

I know that hubiC is not an enterprise server backup solution. Instead its similar to dropbox and other online storage that also allows sharing and synchronization. But if we disable all that extra features we have in a simple way 10TB backup space for 10 Euros / month.

 

So about this hubiC service, does anyone has already try it out? Did anyone use it to backup a Windows Server?

 

Note: If anyone knows a offsite backup service that offers unlimited or at least 10TB backup space for around 10 Euros / month, please tell me!

 

Thanks

 

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One Drive has a 25 GB plan for free.

 

Hi jmwills,

 

hubiC also has a free 25GB plan. But the interesting point about hubiC is the 10TB plan for 10 € / month. Don't you think so? Or do you know any cheaper offsite backup solution?

 

Thanks 

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Are they HIPPA certified? Or have any other certifications that ensure their integrity (data, encryption and ... business)?


Though, they make a fun pot shot at America:

 

 

As the OVH servers are installed on French soil, the hubiC service is subject to French legislation, which is particularly demanding in terms of personal data protection and respect for privacy. So unlike many online storage providers that use machines located on US territory, hubiC does not fall under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Patriot Act, which authorises the security services to access any computerised data held by individuals and businesses, without obtaining prior authorisation and without informing users.
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Are they HIPPA certified? Or have any other certifications that ensure their integrity (data, encryption and ... business)?

 

Hi,

 

about hubiC certifications, the company behind it is OVH.com and you can read about their certifications and security policy on the following 2 links that i have found on their website:

 

http://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/certifications.xml

 

https://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/security.xml

 

Did anyone try it as a offsite backup solution for Windows Server 2012 R2? Any experiences?

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Hi,

 

about hubiC certifications, the company behind it is OVH.com and you can read about their certifications and security policy on the following 2 links that i have found on their website:

 

http://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/certifications.xml

 

https://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/security.xml

 

Did anyone try it as a offsite backup solution for Windows Server 2012 R2? Any experiences?

The Jottacloud (unlimited backup in Norway for 7,5 Euro/month) works fine with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials.

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