Relica is a file backup software that automatically copies the user’s files to multiple destinations. Its key features include backup scheduling, de-duplication, encryption, “bring your own cloud” (user’s cloud of choice), and more. In this article, we cover Relica reviews and pricing information. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Summary of Relica Reviews
As of February 2019, there are no up-to-date Relica user reviews available online. If you are a past or current Relica customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Relica pricing is at $60 per year. It offers a cloud stage add-on feature at $10 per terabyte per month for the first cloud provider and $15 per terabyte per month for the redundant cloud providers. Relica Cloud has no storage cap and can have up to five independent cloud providers. It has a minimum charge of $1 per month if used.
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Check out the list below of some of Relica’s features:
- Multiple backup destinations
- File restoration
- Backup scheduling
- Bring your own cloud ― backup to a user’s cloud of choice
Which Supported Destinations Can Relica Users Back Up Their Files to?
Relica can back up user’s files to the following destinations: external hard drives, USB flash drives, mounted NAS drives, other computers, and the cloud ― Relica Cloud or supported cloud accounts.
What Are the Cloud Accounts Supported By Relica?
Users can choose to back up to the following cloud providers at no extra cost: Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Digital Ocean Spaces, Google Cloud Storage, Jottacloud, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, SFTP (SSH), Wasabi, WebDAV, and other S3-compatible cloud providers.