Using Backblaze's Group Management

Seamless, transparent administration of all
your backups from Desktops to Servers & NAS.

What is a Backblaze Group?


A Backblaze Group is a collection of Backblaze users with Computer Backup, B2 Cloud Storage, or both.

Centralized billing and reporting for all the user's in that Group.

Groups

One account to administrate all of your backup needs.
Seamless integration between B2 & Computer Backup.

Multiple Administrators

Role Based Privileges

Group Wide Reporting

Single Sign-On

Backup Anything With B2 Cloud Storage

Backblaze's Integration partners enable you to backup just about anything to B2 Cloud Storage: Files, Databases, VMs & More!

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Sync your Synology NAS drive to B2 Cloud Storage.

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Backup Windows and Linux Servers to B2 Cloud Storage.

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Arq users can now store their data in Backblaze B2 and can save up to 75% on their cloud storage costs.
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QNAP Hybrid Backup Sync consolidates backup, restoration and synchronization functions into a single QTS application to easily transfer your data to local, remote and cloud storage. Using QTS 4.3.3 and HBS v2.1.170615 you can now sync the data on your QNAP NAS to/from Backblaze B2.
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Restic is a fast, secure, multi-platform command line backup program. Files are uploaded to a B2 bucket as de-duplicated, encrypted chunks. Each time a backup runs, only changed data is backed up. On each backup run, a snapshot is created making restores to a specific date/time easy. Restic is open source and you can participate in its development.
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OpenIO provides cost-effective, scalable, and easy-to-use solution to store and process very large amounts of unstructured data on any hardware. OpenIO automatically routes archive or similarly identified data to B2.
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