Computer crashes and accidental deletions happen. But lost data is a thing of the past with CrashPlan backup utility. Easy to download and easy to configure, CrashPlan works in the background for continuous file backup on either Mac or Windows. It even offers previous versions of each file in the event a file is restored.
Licensed by ECU, this application is available to ECU departments through an annual license fee of $78.50 per user. Users can install CrashPlan on four ECU-owned computers.
CrashPlan User Dashboard
Hardware: 1 GHZ+ CPU, 1GB RAM, 250MB free drive space
Software: Windows 7, Windows 8, 8.1 (in desktop mode), Windows Server 2008/2012, Java JRE1.7.0_45 (packaged with CrashPlan app)
Hardware: 1 GHZ+ 64-bit Intel CPU, 1GB RAM, 250MB free drive space
Software: 10.10, Java JRE 1.7.0_45 (packaged with CrashPlan app)
Hardware: 1GHZ+ x86-64 CPU, 1GB RAM, 250MB free drive space
Software: Kernel version 2.6.13 or newer, glibc 2.4+, cpio, Xorg (requires GUI), GTK2, SysVlnit, SWT (packaged with CrashPlan app, Java JRE 1.7.0_45 (packaged with CrashPlan app)
Is your backup secure? Yes. CrashPlan uses 448-bit file encryption so your data stays encrypted until you need it restored. CrashPlan is also approved for FERPA data, so anyone housing FERPA on their PC/Mac can also use CrashPlan. However, please remember that HIPAA and other sensitive data should always be stored on Piratedrive rather than your computer's hard drive or CrashPlan.