ORLANDO, FLA. (January 28, 2020) – Atlantic.Net, a leading cloud services provider, today announced a new feature, “File-Level Recovery,” which will help further strengthen company’s cloud backup offerings. File-Level Recovery allows users to recover individual files from a selected backup as an alternative to simply restoring the full system from a point-in-time backup.
“We are pleased to announce the release of our newest feature, File-Level Recovery which is now included with all of our cloud server backups at no additional cost,” said Marty Puranik, CEO of Atlantic.Net. “Our File-Level Recovery feature introduces a unique and flexible way to quickly recover data from Atlantic.Net Cloud Backups. We see this as a game changer for customers that traditionally only had the option of restoring their full system to the data contained in the given point-in-time backup offered by most service providers.”
With this new feature, when a user enables backups for their Cloud Servers they will have an option to select either ‘File-Level Recovery’ or ‘Full System Restore’ to restore from backups within the Atlantic.Net Cloud control panel. With File-Level Recovery, the user can simply select the time of the backup they want to restore from, log into their server, mount the file-level recovery backup, and recover their files. Once they are done recovering files, they will unmount the File Level Recovery Backup and detach the backup from within the Atlantic.Net Cloud Control Panel.
File-Level Recovery is now available at Atlantic.Net’s hosting facilities in New York, London, San Francisco, Toronto, Dallas, Ashburn, and Orlando.
Atlantic.Net is a global cloud services provider with over 25 years of experience, specializing in managed and non-managed Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD server hosting solutions. With a focus on security, compliance, and simplifying the user experience, Atlantic.Net provides business-class dedicated and cloud hosting solutions, backed by 24/7/365 support through their global data centers located in New York, London, San Francisco, Toronto, Dallas, Ashburn, and Orlando. For more information, please visit https://www.atlantic.net/.