Aloha POS file server recovery

What would you do if your Aloha POS server crashed? Would you try to pay the $8, 000-$12, 000 in hard drive recovery services in order to get bits and pieces of your data back? The process of recovering what you can from a failed hard drive is expensive and it can take months before the work is ever completed. As managers and owners of restaurants, you know that what happened yesterday will help you make tomorrow a smoother day. You will have an idea of what your sales should be and you can schedule accordingly. Without that information you may have too many people or not enough to meet the day’s demands. iBackup Aloha aims to solve these problems.iBackup Aloha (where “i” means intense) was designed specifically for mom & pop locations or SMBs with fewer than 5 stores. Run the application automatically after End of Day (EOD) by firing a scheduled task. iBackup Aloha will take care of everything and we log everything. There is no need to worry! Other backup programs are build for the 99% of home users – an Aloha POS server doesn’t fit inside of that 99% category. If you are backing up your server with something other than the iBackup Aloha, you may be a risk for huge amounts of data loss.Benefits:
  • Backup to the cloud at no extra charge (DropBox, OneDrive, etc)
  • Backup to a shared drive or external USB Hard Drive
  • Setup a scheduled task with a click of a button
  • Backup the EDC Settlement Certificate
  • Save space by removing TDX and CDX files from your backup
  • Get all updates for FREE!
  • Updates are automatically installed
  • Robust logging
ScreenshotsSystem Requirements:
  • Windows XP SP3 or better
  • Microsoft .NET framework v4.0 or better
  • Aloha POS v4.0 or better
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 20 MB HDD free space
  • Dropbox, OneDrive or External/USB HDD

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