Archive for January, 2010

FRP Makes Data Security Automatic

Friday, January 8th, 2010

remote_locationFor proper data management, you may choose to use remote backup on a regular schedule, or you may choose ongoing real-time synchronization. You can also, with the new version 6.1 of FileReplicationPro, choose to back up older files gradually while keeping currently-used files in sync.

Still, even with the most carefully-chosen data management plan, there may be times when you’d like to be able to run a job outside of the regular schedule.

For example, you might have a remote worker working on a project in a different time zone. You may not need to sync this worker with your office server all the time, but you want to make sure the files are backed up to your server at the end of his workday.

You may prefer to allow him to back up his server data by invoking this action from a web page you have created for him, without granting him access to the Management Server.

This can be accomplished programmatically by using a script. You define the job, in this case calling it ProductsKL2LA, and write it into the script as a command line.

FRPCLI 71.58.12.01 jobstart name=ProductsKL2LA

Your remote worker can run the job out of schedule, and you maintain the security of your data.

FRP Makes Remote Laptop Backup a Reality

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Now, your staff can be anywhere, and you may need them at any time.

File Replication Pro is used by shipping companies, spaceports, and multinational corporations, as well as by companies that do less traveling but still need safe, secure data management.

Business partners are heading out for some R&R but still want to stay on the same page with developments.

Researchers are heading into the field and gathering data — and you want to make sure the whole team has access to it as soon as possible.

Remote workers are completing projects and you want to make sure their data is backed up on the same reliable schedule as the servers on site.

And maybe you have some plans, yourself, and don’t want to stay on site to see the servers into the new year.

FRP has the solution. You can program all the company’s laptops to sync automatically with the management server as soon as the users log in. This is made possible by the new API.

The command line client (FRPCLI) is automatically installed on every FRP server.  Additionally, you can install FRPCLI on any computer (simply copy the FileReplicationPro/SDK/bin directory to the computer and run FRPCLI from that directory).

This means that you can create new jobs from any server or desktop you designate, submit those jobs to the management server for storage and/or execution and then have their activation and execution managed like all other FRP jobs.

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