Difference between revisions of "CrashPlan"

From CIT Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 11: Line 11:
 
You can download a copy of on the [http://new.oberlin.edu/office/cit/downloads/ CIT Software Downloads page]. Complete installation instructions can be found below.
 
You can download a copy of on the [http://new.oberlin.edu/office/cit/downloads/ CIT Software Downloads page]. Complete installation instructions can be found below.
  
==Additional Help Guides==
+
==Installation==
 
[[Installing CrashPlan]]
 
[[Installing CrashPlan]]
  
 +
==Using CrashPlan==
 
[[Restoring an Individual File using CrashPlan | Restoring an Individual File]]
 
[[Restoring an Individual File using CrashPlan | Restoring an Individual File]]
  

Revision as of 08:39, 17 August 2015

CrashPlan-Wiki-Feature.png

CIT provides faculty and staff an enterprise-level, centralized, and automated digital data backup service called CrashPlan for Enterprise to all faculty and staff members free of charge. We believe that by providing backup software to all of our faculty and staff, we can assure our staff peace of mind that their data is being backed up safely and securely. CrashPlan:

  • supports Windows and Macintosh;
  • provides open file backup support;
  • allows for data restoration from any computer with a network connection and internet browser;
  • and will back up your computer every 15 minutes, even when you're away from campus anywhere in the world, as long as you have an internet connection.

Download

You can download a copy of on the CIT Software Downloads page. Complete installation instructions can be found below.

Installation

Installing CrashPlan

Using CrashPlan

Restoring an Individual File

Changing the Frequency of CrashPlan Notifications

How to Know Whether Someone Has Restored Your Computer