CloudAlly Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives


Cloud data backup, management & recovery

4.68/5 (37 reviews)

CloudAlly overview

CloudAlly is a cloud data backup and recovery system which automates the backup of data from a range of cloud services, including G Suite, Office 365, OneDrive, Box, Salesforce, and more. The software is designed for small and mid-size businesses, and allows users to specify whether they wish their data to be archived in the US, Europe, or Australia.

CloudAlly allows users to backup emails, tasks, calendars, contacts, folders, files, and other data from SaaS solutions to Amazon S3 storage with a single click. Administrators can manually add and remove users, or allow CloudAlly to automatically detect new users to ensure that backups are created from the moment they begin using Office 365, G Suite, or Box. Users can manage their data backup preferences, with control over the frequency and time of backups. Users can also opt in to receiving daily emails summarizing backup activity, containing both an overview and a more detailed report.

CloudAlly’s non-destructive restore process allows users to recover previously backed-up data without overwriting any information. Users can search for individual items to restore, or carry out a full point-in-time recovery of entire calendars or mailboxes. Archived data can also be exported in a range of industry-standard formats for local access, and users can store an unlimited amount of data for any length of time.


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Business size



United States, Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada and 9 other markets, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom

Supported languages

Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
CloudAlly screenshot: CloudAlly can backup data from a range of cloud servicesCloudlly Why BackupCloudAlly screenshot: Users can setup backup tasks using their login credentialsCloudAlly screenshot: CloudAlly gives users control over the archive location, backup time, and backup frequencyCloudAlly screenshot: Users can choose to receive daily summaries of backup activityCloudAlly screenshot: Backup tasks can be paused, edited, and deleted

CloudAlly reviews

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Oreofe Jason

Saving Cloud Data has never been so easy.

Reviewed 2016-11-16
Review Source: Capterra

Intuitive, flexible and fully functional. These are the words that aptly described my experience with CloudAlly's excellent backup service. Prior to using CloudAlly, I had tweaked and worked with a couple of online backup services which at the best, required a medium to long term learning curve. Signing up to CloudAlly's service as a first time user, the simple, intuitive dashboard that clearly indicated the most important features - backup and restore was a pleasant discovery and a big relief. Navigation was a breeze and I got my backup procedure up and running in less than a minute (yes, less than 60 seconds). I concluded my entire backup exercise in a couple of minutes but I would definitely expect that the more data I need to backup, the longer this procedure would take. On a positive note, when you are done with the initial backup, CloudAlly will keep tag of subsequent changes and adds only new files or new versions of files when required. The list of accounts I can backup is quite impressive and it includes: Salesforce, Yahoo Mail, Amazon S3, Onedrive, Office 365 Exchange, Box, Google Apps and much more. If you are looking at combining two or more services or accounts, it is easy to select which service or account you want to backup on CloudAlly. I also discovered another agreeable feature: Setting up multiple users (admins) to access the account. This is a great feature in case you need work to be done by someone else. It means I can delegate tasks and know who did what and when via the audit trail. Interestingly, CloudAlly's restore process did not overwrite my currently existing data. As a matter of fact, all the data processed with CloudAlly are tagged "CloudAlly Restore" so you can easily know where your data came from when you perform a restore operation. Great feature! Did I mention that I organized my backup and restore procedure as a first time user without help? Yes I did and I should say that sometimes a user manual can be more difficult (to read or use) than the actual application, so I was pleased to discover that CloudAlly's comprehensive user guide (which is freely available to all subscribers) did not fit into this `difficult to read' category. Cloud to cloud back up is a must have for everyone on the Internet and kudos to Team CloudAlly for delivering an efficient, easy to use tool that makes the backup process a stress-free exercise.

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Kevinson Libama

Easy, Excellent and Cost-Effective Backup Solution

Reviewed 2016-11-24
Review Source: Capterra

I had used other backup solutions but wanted something more secure and reliable. After doing some research online, I stumbled on CloudAlly and I almost dismissed it until I saw the 15 day free trial. So I knew I had nothing to lose, and if anything, 15 days is long enough to know whether this is a great backup app or another joke. So, I proceeded to sign up, and it was so easy because unlike many platforms that ask for an email, username, password, company name and God knows what else (all these details can be off-putting to new users, and there's absolutely no reason to ask too much from an entirely new user), CloudAlly allows sign up using your Google or Facebook account. My Gmail is always open on my computer so, this was a breeze. After signing up, I was logged in immediately and what amazed me was the simplest interface I have ever seen on a cloud backup platform. No clutter, annoying ads, pop ups and anything else that would make you locate the exit button. And with their simple interface comes easily accessible buttons directing you where to click in order to back up, and where to click when storing your data. One exceptional feature of this app is that unlike other apps like Google apps, Salesforce and Office 365, which rely on the trash folder for data recovery (data can be lost upon purging the trash folder), CloudAlly backs up everything to the cloud, making recovery super easy. It's one of the safest apps available since it's ISO 27001 certified and HIPAA compliant. It's very secure because it has Amazon S3 secure storage and it's encrypted as well. What's more, it starts from as low as $2 per month per user for 5GB data to $3 per month per user for anything more than 5GB. And annual subscriptions seem more affordable for companies because CloudAlly offers 2 months free subscription on annual plans. Highly recommended! 1. Easy to use - Easy to sign up, simple interface and clickable buttons 2. Affordable for companies especially for annual subscriptions 3. Data is safe, secure and encrypted

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Eric Bowers

CloudAlly backs up our entire cloud infrastructure with no headaches

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-03-15
Review Source: Capterra

Daily backups of all cloud services.It's very easy to add cloud services and schedule a backup as well as retention times. Daily status emails indicate success or failure of the backups. Failure messages include steps to resolve the issue. We have successfully restored data on a few occasions. Overall CloudAlly is easy to setup and use. The price is in line with expectations.

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Shawn Ricketts

Been using CloudAlly for 18 months, works exactly as advertised

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2016-12-14
Review Source: Capterra

Having migrated to Office 365 last year, we needed an easy to implement a backup solution for our Office 365/Exchange email for our 45 person charity. CloudAlly just works... It takes less than an hour from purchase to completion to configure everything, which is exactly the kind of solution I was looking for. They have been constantly upgrading their software and making improvements, and they have really worked with us pricing wise being a small charity. When you need to restore a mailbox or a folder or download a PST archive, it literally takes 5-10 clicks from login to done. Easy is good.Discount pricing, easy to setup and use, menus are straightforward and not confusing.

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Cecilia Nduta

Reliable data backup solution

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-10-08
Review Source: Capterra

Our organization handles sensitive data. If we lose it, we might encounter problems that may be hard to deal with in the future. With Office 365 backup, however, I feel safe knowing every info is safe and secure. Although we've only restored lost files once, I believe it is a reliable backup solution. We did not have any problems.It is affordable and easy to use. Unlike most data backup tools, it has attractive user interface that allows easy storage and access to your account. You can give different users admin rights if you need their input. It is quite secure, stable, and reliable. You can schedule regular backup and you can restore lost data almost immediately. The company gives new clients 15-days to try it out before they subscribe.

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CloudAlly pricing

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Free trial
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15-day free trial, no credit card required.

For online application backups:
$2/user/month or $20/user/year for SharePoint, OneDrive, and Box.
$3/user/month or $30/user/year for Office 365 and Google Apps or Yahoo, G Suite and IMAP, or Salesforce.

Enterprise plans are also available for companies requiring 100 or more accounts.

For online database backups:
$12/month for SimpleDB backup.
$15/month for DynamoDB backup.

Discounts are available for education and nonprofit organizations.

CloudAlly features

API (53 other apps)
Access Control (35 other apps)
Activity Dashboard (29 other apps)
Application Security (31 other apps)
Audit Trail (19 other apps)
Auditing (41 other apps)
Authentication (30 other apps)
Automatic Notifications (20 other apps)
Compliance Management (28 other apps)
Monitoring (51 other apps)
Password Management (24 other apps)
Permission Management (20 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (20 other apps)
SSL Security (37 other apps)
Secure Data Storage (20 other apps)
Single Sign On (30 other apps)
Third Party Integration (24 other apps)
Two-Factor Authentication (26 other apps)
User Management (16 other apps)
Website Security (16 other apps)

Additional information for CloudAlly

Key features of CloudAlly

  • Automated daily backups
  • Customizable backup times
  • Customizable backup frequencies
  • HIPAA compliant
  • User-specified archive locations
  • Email backup
  • Task backup
  • Contacts backup
  • Calendar backup
  • Archive export
  • User management
  • Automatic detection of new users
  • Daily summary reports
  • Item-level search
  • Non-destructive restore
  • Point-in-time recovery
  • Backup activity log
  • Customizable backup preferences
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CloudAlly can automatically detect new team members added, ensuring that backups are created from the moment they begin using Office 365, G Suite, or Box, or administrators can choose to manually manage users and backup preferences.

Daily email reports give users an overview and detailed summary of backup activity.

The non-destructive restore process allows users to recover archived data for individual items or entire calendars and mailboxes without overwriting existing information.

Archived data can be exported in a range of industry-standard formats, including VCF, ICS, and EML, or in PTS format for compatibility with Microsoft Outlook.

Users can control the time of their backups, and specify where they want their data to be stored, with a choice of the US, Europe, and Australia.