Download your free 14 day, 5GB trial today.

Your Trial Includes:

  • New centralized management Dashboard
  • Backup for unlimited PCs and Macs
  • Remote backup monitoring
  • Backup and restore with native iPhone and Android apps

Start your free business backup trial today!

No credit card required.

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How it Works

Start backing up for free in three easy steps

Start your free Imagine Cloud for Business 5GB trial in three easy steps.  You’ll be backing up your data for 14 days. If you like what you see, upgrade at any time!

1. Create trial

Fill out the form above to create your trial

2. Log in to Dashboard

Access the Dashboard with your credentials at dashboard.managedoffsitebackup.net

3. Create your account

Create an account for your first user (we recommend starting your own backup first)

Your backup activity will be seen in the “backup activity” section.

Why Imagine Cloud for Business?

  • Backup unlimited devices with a single account
  • Upgrade to server backup and centralized management at any time
  • Schedule backups hourly, daily, or weekly

Backup to military-grade data centers, protect your data with award-winning online backup software and manage it all with an integrated centralized management platform. Imagine Cloud for Business ensures your corporate data is always protected.

Security: Backup to tier III and tier IV data centers in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, or South Africa.

Encryption: Data will be encrypted locally, in transit, and at rest in the data center.

Centralized management: Monitor all of your accounts and backups from this central Dashboard.

Remote control and management: Deploy and report on all backups, company-wide, from the Dashboard.

“A Company that experiences a computer outage lasting more than 10 days will never fully recover financially. 50 percent will be out of business within five years.”

70 percent of small firms that experience a major data loss go out of business within a year.

Of those businesses that experience a disaster and have no emergency plan, 43 percent never reopen; of those that do reopen, only 29 percent are still operating two years later.