Atlantic.Net Strengthens Cloud Backup Options with New File-Level Recovery Feature

Atlantic.Net, the healthcare industry-focused HIPAA-compliant hosting provider, has announced the launch of a brand data recovery feature which has been made available to all customers at no extra cost.

A new File-Level Recovery feature has been added that allows Atlantic.Net customers to restore individual files from a backup, instead of having to restore the full system from a point in time backup.

Atlantic.Net customers now have the option of enabling ‘Full System Restore’ or ‘File-Level Recovery’ when enabling backups for their Cloud Servers from within the Atlantic.Net Cloud control panel.

If File-Level Recovery is selected, individual files can be recovered from any point in time backup. To restore files, customers need to log into their Cloud Server, mount the desired file-level recovery backup, and then select the files they wish to recover. After file recovery has been completed, the file-level backup can be unmounted and detached.

“Our File-Level Recovery feature introduces a unique and flexible way to quickly recover data from Atlantic.Net Cloud Backups,” said Marty Puranik, CEO of Atlantic.Net. “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.”

The File-Level Recovery feature has been rolled out in Atlantic.Net’s hosting facilities in New York, London, San Francisco, Toronto, Dallas, and Orlando. Customers can activate File-Level Recovery from January 28, 2020 by logging into their Cloud Server. The feature can be found in backups in the Atlantic.Net Cloud control panel.

The Ashburn, VA facility will have support for File-Level Recovery added in the coming weeks.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.