LOS ANGELES, CA, Feb 02, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Over 50,000 businesses protect their digital assets with an IBackup account. This includes many financial and medical practices that have unique and stringent requirements they must meet regarding the backup and storage of their data. IBackup assists these types of organizations with regulation compliance, security, reporting and more. http://www.ibackup.com
Meeting the Special Needs of Medical Professionals
In 1996 the US Congress enacted the Health Insurance Portability and Accounting Act, known as HIPAA. Part of HIPAA establishes national security and privacy standards regarding patient records and data that is being stored digitally. Here's a few other reasons IBackup works well for the medical industry:
-- IBackup encodes data with 256-bit AES encryption prior to copying files over the Internet
-- Protect Microsoft Exchange, SQL, SharePoint and Oracle server databases at no extra charge
-- Unlimited file retention with the last 30 versions of each file held at no extra charge
-- Backup an unlimited number of machines with one plan -- Windows and Mac compatible
-- Easily pull up backup and access reports for audits
IBackup for Certified Public Accountants, Banking and Financial Institutions
Companies dealing with sensitive financial records are often required to meet certain security and reporting regulations as well. The Sarbanes-Oxley and Gramm-Leach-Bliley acts, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) all impact the methods organizations use to backup and store their mission critical data.
Including the above mentioned reasons, here's a few others that show how IBackup assists accounting firms with their requirements:
-- Set up Automatic Selection for easy backup of specific file types i.e. Money, QuickBooks or TurboTax documents
-- IBackup can backup most common file types while they're in use without interruption
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-- Share any folder/file with anyone using their email address
-- For large initial backups customers can use IBackup's Rapid Serve program to physically ship their data -- this can potentially be
quicker than backing up over the Internet
Public APIs for Custom Application Development
EVS was built to be faster, easier to secure and more affordable than other cloud platforms such as Amazon S3, Rackspace and others. Using EVS, developers can create solutions for medical scanning equipment, network attached storage devices and others that interact with and store large amounts of data in the cloud.
-- As low as $9.95/month for 100 GBs of storage and no bandwidth fees
-- Efficient and built-in 256-bit AES encryption with the option for a private user key for maximized privacy
-- Upload/download thousands of files and folders with a single line of code
-- Storage is calculated only for most current version files, the last 30 versions are held at no additional charge
-- Incremental and compressed data transfers make uploads and downloads quick
The EVS development team actively assists developers and partners with integrating the APIs into their applications and new API codes can be created based on special needs.
To learn more about creating applications using EVS visit evs.ibackup.com.
IBackup is created by Pro Softnet Corporation Headquartered in Los Angeles County, Pro Softnet Corp. is a privately held company specializing in cloud storage, online backup, file sharing, remote access, compliance, sync and related technologies serving the consumer, small business and enterprise markets. Core products include IDrive(R), IDriveSync(R), IBackup(R), RemotePC(TM) and EVS for developers. The company's popular services currently have over 800,000 subscribers. http://www.ibackup.com