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Default Remote backup utility

Hòla,

Is anybody aware of a software that specializes in remote backups? I know I could do it with a simple implementation of rsync but if there is anything else more elegant am I willing to give it a try. The problem am I trying to solve is the bandwidth required to backup a complete machine in case of disaster or just to roll-back a few days ago files erased by mistake.


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