Transition away from LogMeIn Backup smoothly and keep your users happy as possible
Once you have generated your installer package directly from your WholesaleBackup web console you simply deploy it on the customer machine, set the selections and the time when the incremental backup service should kick off.
Then you can simply monitor the backups from the backup management web console.
Also its good to note that since you’re starting from scratch you’ll be creating the initial seed which will take the most time, but this process can be made much easier by letting the backup software runs silently and continuously in the background, since you also have the ability to limit/throttle the bandwidth used by backup software during business hours, the customer doesn’t feel any interruption or competition for resources while the backup is running delivering a smooth transition to your end user.
Once the initial backup seed is completed and you’re ready for nightly incremental backups, you can simply make a small tweak to the backup client settings remotely from the web console to remove the throttle settings and not interrupt the user.
If you choose to host the backups on your own Server you can actually perform a local backup to a portable drive and then transfer it to your own backup server, then resume incremental backups from that uploaded seed.
If you choose to host the backups using Amazon S3 you can use an AWS Snowball device, perform the local backup on to it, get it shipped to AWS and then resume incremental backups from that seed.