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#1 +Byté

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 13:15

Hey All,

I have a subscription to Mozy Pro and i am just wondering if anyone knows of a NAS Drive which supports it? IE... I can go onto the NAS Drive's Web Interface and log into the Mozy Pro Account and it will directly backup the NAS Drive on a schedule?

It would be brilliant if such a thing existed!

Thanking You :) x


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Posted 25 January 2013 - 13:42

Once you mount the NAS share(s) to any PC - that pc can run whatever cloud software you want, be it Mozy, be Carbonite, be it dropbox, box, etc. And sync data on your NAS to the cloud. Unless the NAS is running linux/BSD or windows with the ability to run software its unlikely to have direct support for any of the cloud service apps.

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 23:58

Hey All,

I have a subscription to Mozy Pro and i am just wondering if anyone knows of a NAS Drive which supports it? IE... I can go onto the NAS Drive's Web Interface and log into the Mozy Pro Account and it will directly backup the NAS Drive on a schedule?

It would be brilliant if such a thing existed!

Thanking You :) x


Hi there,

I understand that you need the ability to backup directly from your NAS device - without having to map the NAS to a computer. Can you please tell me what kind of NAS do you have (make and model)?

ElephantDrive is one of the few cloud backup providers that is directly integrated with number of NAS devices. ElephantDrive is currently available on QNAP TurboNAS, Thecus NAS, and Netgear ReadyNAS. If you have one of these NAS devices, ElephantDrive will be able to help you with backing it up. Also, we have recently released a Linux client (debian based) http://home.elephantdrive.com/Linux/ . If you have a Linux NAS, other than the ones above, you may be able to use the ElephantDrive's Linux client on it.

My goal is to help you figure out if ElephantDrive may be a good solution for your needs. You can contact me at the below email as well.

Joti@ElephantDrive.com
1(800) 778 4055 ext. 129
http://www.ElephantDrive.com