The Definitive Ransomware Protection Guide for Business in 2020
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BackupAssist ER now gives you the option of Recover Anywhere, meaning you can achieve Disaster Recovery on Demand. Recover locally, in the cloud, or anywhere in between. When compared to DRaaS, it can achieve similar business outcomes at 75% less cost.
An abandoned office will present some unique risks to your I.T. infrastructure, your backups included. Here are some ways you can prepare for an office lockdown, so you remain cyber-resilient while the office is empty.
The best time to protect yourself from ransomware is before it strikes. Cyber-resilience requires the right ransomware protection to save you from the panic and stress of unplanned downtime and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom payments.
An abandoned office will present some unique risks to your I.T. infrastructure, your backups included. Here are some ways you can prepare for an office lockdown, so you remain cyber-resilient while the office is empty.
The best time to protect yourself from ransomware is before it strikes. Cyber-resilience requires the right ransomware protection to save you from the panic and stress of unplanned downtime and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom payments.
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Building network backups at your small business

For many businesses starting out, especially those experiencing waves of rapid growth, it’s easy to develop a backup strategy with little thought about the best way to protect a burgeoning network. At this stage in a business, backup strategy can develop organically often consisting of a mish-mash of consumer, freeware, open source and trial products,

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No US support: Memorial Day Monday 27 May

Our US support team will not be in the office on Monday 27 May due to the Memorial Day public holiday. Australian support will be operating as per usual. If you have an urgent inquiry please contact the Australian support team or email us at support@backupassist.com Thanks Stu – BackupAssist Support  

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May Newsletter

Our May newsletter started hitting inboxes today As usual, it’s got all the usual stuff: interesting news, handy support tips and funny articles. May’s contents include Our New Exchange Backup and Restore BackupAssist v7.0.2 Release Our New Video on Using Central Administration And the Infamous Backup News All of this in a ton more detail

Product Releases

Re-examining the Exchange backup tools

A few days ago we penned an article about the new direction we are taking for Exchange backups and the concept behind it. That’s what today’s article is about; looking at the benefits of integrating Exchange backups with existing tools and how this can make your backups and restores simpler. Merging backup tools The idea

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Re-examining how to do Exchange backups

We’ve been looking at Exchange and thinking about ways we can streamline backups for everybody’s favorite email server. We want to make the backups work harder, with less input from you. Of course, the goal is always to keep your systems and data better protected. The path we’re going down diverges from Exchange “mailbox” level

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Convince your boss to spend on backups for your Windows servers

(or why YOU should invest in server backups) You never know what’s around the corner. Fire, flood or even good old fashioned malfunctions can bring your servers offline. Sometimes it’s a slog getting your boss to see this. IT infrastructure sits in a bubble in the minds of some senior managers: never in need of

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NEW RELEASE: BackupAssist v7.0.2

  We have just released BackupAssist v7.0.2 which has lots of new updates and fixes to further improve on BackupAssist v7. Some of these new features include: Improvements to Central Administration Allow historical restore reports to be viewed (Restore Console) Report warning when no SQL databases are backed up (SQL Add-on) For the full list

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Floods and remote backups: keeping data safe with BackupAssist v7

  I grew up in a small town towards the north of Australia. Every few years or so, the wide river that snaked through our town would swell with monsoonal rains and break its banks, spilling across the two bridges that brought the town together. Kids like me would be cut off from school –