Carbonite offers all the tools necessary for protecting data from the most common forms of data loss, including ransomware, accidental deletions, hardware failures and natural disasters. From automated computer backup to comprehensive protection for physical and virtual server environments, Carbonite ensures the accessibility and survivability of data for any system and any size business.
Carbonite began in 2005 as the answer to the question: "Why can't there be an easy and affordable way to back up files online?" Founded as a company serving primarily homes and small business users, Carbonite now protects data for more than 1.5 million customers and organizations.
In early 2016, Carbonite acquired EVault, formerly a division of Seagate Technology. This addition expanded Carbonite's data protection portfolio to include hybrid backup and disaster recovery services for larger businesses.
One year later, Carbonite expanded into enterprise-grade solutions with the acquisition of Double-Take Software, adding its assortment of high availability and data migration services, and cementing Carbonite's place as a one-stop shop for data protection needs of every kind.
Carbonite is built on four pillars—power, simplicity, value and security. This approach has served us well, since our startup stage to our current status as a leader in cloud-based data protection for businesses.
We offer robust technology solutions for complicated problems, but we make sure our offerings are easy to use for individuals, small businesses and enterprises alike.
We provide more for the money, including award-winning, world-class customer support.
Carbonite data protection solutions deliver strategic value to businesses of all sizes, and our award-winning customer support sets us apart from our competitors.
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