Rebit Cloud Storage – Additional Storage

From: $3.99 / month

  • Additional cloud storage added to your account
  • Select your size
  • Cancel anytime
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Description

Rebit comes with 250 GB of online storage. Some users prefer additional storage, which you can add to your existing Rebit subscription with this add-on.

After purchase, the additional storage will be added to your account.

What You’ll Get

  • Select the amount of storage you’d like to add
  • The additional cloud storage will be added to your account
  • Cancel anytime

Requirements

This is an addition to your existing Rebit subscription. You need to have an active Rebit Pro membership to purchase this add-on.

How Our Online Storage is Different

Some other backup services advertise “unlimited” cloud backup. But the fine print shows they throttle users and limit file types. For example, they may not allow you to upload videos or music.

Rebit cloud storage, on the other hand, is ready and willing to accept all of your data. We won’t throttle or limit you.

Additionally, Rebit is one of the only backup solutions that allows you to back your data up to online, local, and network destinations. This means you have much more flexibility and can determine what data gets backed up to which destination.

Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )

What is cloud storage?
Cloud storage involves storing data on hardware in remote physical locations (data centers) which can be accessed from any device via the internet. Cloud storage is cost effective, scalable, and offers a simple “offsite” back solution. Having an offsite backup is critical in case of a local disaster that may not only destroy your original data but also your local backup data. By leveraging a single backup engine to manage both local and cloud backups, Rebit Pro provides the first seamless hybrid backup solution. A single user interface allows you to manage backups and get a unified view of data, whether it’s local or in the cloud.
How many types of storage clouds are there?
There are three types of cloud storage: Public Cloud Storage, Private Cloud Storage, and Hybrid Cloud Storage. Private clouds are built specifically for a single entity or company. Private clouds do not share resources with other entities. Public clouds, on the other hand, are still secure, but may host data from multiple entities. Hybrid cloud storage is the combination of local and offsite storage. Since local storage is typically cost-effective, hybrid storage is a way for companies to manage costs while also retaining the benefits of offsite backups.
Is there free cloud storage?
Yes, several companies offer free cloud storage for a variety of purposes. These are typically limited by storage quantity, offering just an introductory amount to trial the solution. As your data needs increase, you may require additional storage space which comes at a cost.
How to save files to cloud, and how does the cloud backup work?
Cloud backup works in 3 main steps: purchase cloud backup software, install the software within your system, choose files and folders that need to be backed up. After this, the backup process should occur in an automated fashion continuously.
How do I retrieve data from the cloud?
Retrieving data from cloud is done through the software you used to back up your data. Open your cloud backup software, choose files and folders you want to retrieve, choose destination where you want to retrieve the data, initiate the retrieval. Depending on the quantity of data and speed of your connection, this may take minutes or hours to complete.

Additional information

Storage Amount

+200 GB, +500 GB, +1000 GB

FAQ

What is cloud storage?
Cloud storage involves storing data on hardware in remote physical locations (data centers) which can be accessed from any device via the internet. Cloud storage is cost effective, scalable, and offers a simple “offsite” back solution. Having an offsite backup is critical in case of a local disaster that may not only destroy your original data but also your local backup data. By leveraging a single backup engine to manage both local and cloud backups, Rebit Pro provides the first seamless hybrid backup solution. A single user interface allows you to manage backups and get a unified view of data, whether it’s local or in the cloud.
How many types of storage clouds are there?
There are three types of cloud storage: Public Cloud Storage, Private Cloud Storage, and Hybrid Cloud Storage. Private clouds are built specifically for a single entity or company. Private clouds do not share resources with other entities. Public clouds, on the other hand, are still secure, but may host data from multiple entities. Hybrid cloud storage is the combination of local and offsite storage. Since local storage is typically cost-effective, hybrid storage is a way for companies to manage costs while also retaining the benefits of offsite backups.
Is there free cloud storage?
Yes, several companies offer free cloud storage for a variety of purposes. These are typically limited by storage quantity, offering just an introductory amount to trial the solution. As your data needs increase, you may require additional storage space which comes at a cost.
How to save files to cloud, and how does the cloud backup work?
Cloud backup works in 3 main steps: purchase cloud backup software, install the software within your system, choose files and folders that need to be backed up. After this, the backup process should occur in an automated fashion continuously.
How do I retrieve data from the cloud?
Retrieving data from cloud is done through the software you used to back up your data. Open your cloud backup software, choose files and folders you want to retrieve, choose destination where you want to retrieve the data, initiate the retrieval. Depending on the quantity of data and speed of your connection, this may take minutes or hours to complete.

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