Online Backup Software RBackup 11.5.8 Released

Remote Backup Systems announced today that it has released the latest version of its industry-defining RBackup Online Backup Software. RBackup is widely used by MSPs and computer companies to provide Online Backup Services to their end users.
RBackup version 11.5.8 is now available for upgrade on the company’s website,
“We are extremely happy with this release,” Said Rob Cosgrove, CEO of RBS, “It provides a number of significant upgrades.”
The latest version enhances support for online backup and restore of Microsoft Exchange at the sub-folder level, improves data compression, adds new command line parameters, and more.
There have also been significant improvements to the company’s Web Manager and E-Commerce PlugIns, which provide a turnkey solution for any company who wants to offer self-hosed online backup services.
The company also announced the Beta program for its new Bare Metal Backup and Restore function. The program is available to all RBS partners with active Maintenance Subscriptions. Access the Beta program on the RBS Service Provider’s Forum on the company’s website.
RBS was recently honored as one of the “World Top 100 Cloud Service Providers” by Nine Lives Media, and announced the opening of its free Emergency Hot Site for use by its partners this hurricane season.
About Remote Backup Systems Inc.
Remote Backup Systems, Inc. is the global leader in turnkey Online Backup solutions to MSPs, VARs, ISPs and Managed Hosting Providers, providing leading edge functionality, best-in-class customer support, and an unwavering commitment to product quality and customer satisfaction. With a twenty-five year history in Remote Backup technologies, RBS is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Rob Cosgrove’s latest book, The Online Backup Guide for Service Providers is available at and bookstores.

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Steve Roberts is VP of Engineering at Remote Backup Systems (, developers of the RBackup Online Backup software platform, providing software powering more than 9,500 Service Providers in 65 countries since 1987.