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eSoft Bronze Cloud Subscription

eSoftBronze

€12.5 per month

Backup your accounting data to the cloud, seamlessly, automatically and with ease of mind.

eSoft Silver Cloud Subscription

eSoftSilver

€42.5 per month

Help your business to keep doing business—even during major IT outages. Deploy replication, failover, and recovery processes to help keep your applications running during planned and unplanned outages.

eSoft Gold Cloud Subscription

eSoftGold

Reduce your IT infrastructure overhead with this IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) solution on the cloud. No upfront hardware purchase, no end-of-life on physical servers.

eSoft
Bronze
€12.5 per month

The eSoft Bronze package is a backup solution that takes your daily backup from your eSoft Application Server onto the cloud. These daily backups run automatically, without the need for any manual process required to start the backup process – you just install it once and leave it do its thing. See below some key features:

  • Serves as a form of off-site backup. Your data is not lost in the event of losing backups that are on the same infrastructure as your production servers.
  • Notification is sent if the backup sync process did not succeed successfully.
  • Your accounting application backup is securely stored on the cloud with Microsoft.
  • Designed to provide at least 99.999999999 % (11 9’s) durability of objects over a given year by keeping multiple copies of your data in one datacentre.
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Silver
€42.5 per month

The eSoft Silver Package is a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution, giving you Business Continuity without the need to purchase expensive hardware or replicate your existing infrastructure for redundancy. Key features:

  • Ensure business continuity by keeping business apps and workloads running during outages.
  • Replicate workloads running on physical and virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location.
  • When an outage occurs at your primary site, you fail over to the secondary location, and access apps from there. After the primary location is running again, you can fail back to it.
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Gold
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The eSoft Gold Subscription takes your eSoft Applications onto the cloud, accessible anytime you need it from anywhere, on any device such as mobile or MAC and through any the browser. This is all done without maintaining eSoft on a physical server, you simply pay for the compute, memory and storage resources you use. On Microsoft Azure, your server is automatically shutdown during non-working hours, so you don’t pay for CPU or Memory resources while you don’t need the software. See below some key benefits of the Gold Subscription:

  • Powerful Server on the cloud, significantly reduced in cost by running the server only when needed.
  • Release the need to maintain physical hardware. No requirements such as server room or no aircon.
  • Redundancy on hardware faults is no longer your responsibility, Microsoft handles this as part of the IaaS.
  • Accessible through browser and on mobile (iOS and Android), MAC, Linux and of course Windows.
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Pricing Plan

Bronze

€12.5

Billed Per month
  • Automatically Backup eSoft Data
  • Off-site availability
  • Notifications by Email
  • 99.9999999% durability

Silver

€42.5

Billed Per month
  • Bronze Package PLUS
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service
  • Business Continuity on eSoft Apps
  • Fractional cost vs traditional DR Implementation

Gold

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Billed Per month
  • eSoft runs on the cloud
  • Reduced overhead on IT maintenance
  • No CAPEX on hardware
  • Hardware failures are no longer an issue
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