Schedules describe when your backups take place and how long each backup is retained for. These two considerations are at the heart of a data protection strategy, because they determine what options you will have when you need to perform a restore. The key to getting your schedule right, is the implementation of both daily
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Microsoft has released a preview version of Windows Server 2012 R2 as part of the MS Build conference going on in San Francisco for the next two days.
Protecting your data isn’t just about backups, you’ve also got to stop others from gaining access to your data. Over the last few years plenty of big corporations, ones that we know and trust with our most precious of personal information, have unwittingly given that same data out. Let’s go back a few years and
Scientists in Australia have figured out a way to cram a petabyte onto a single optical disk, similar to a DVD or Blu-Ray. That’s right a disk like one of those old DVDs gathering dust under your TV could soon hold more than 10.6 years of compressed high definition video or over 50,000 HD movies.
We’ve looked at how Data containers add flexibility to System Protection backups, by providing restore points from incremental backups and making the backups more portable. Now we would like to tell you about another advantage – ease of use.
Our brand new major release of BackupAssist, version 7.1 is now available to download, and is set to give you more flexibility in the way you protect your systems and data. V7.1 brings many of the features you’ve been asking like support for Exchange 2013, enhanced support for Server 2012 and history for imaging backups
Our newsletter for June is out! It’s got the the latest information on upcoming (and exciting) product releases and the latest backup news from around the globe: June’s contents include: Announcing our new add-on, Exchange Granular Restore BackupAssist v7.1 is coming in a few short days And the notorious Backup News All of this is
As a backup business, one thing we often get asked is how we backup our own business. Well today, ladies and gentlemen, all will be revealed.
It’s great having your System Protection backups on other media. If your server decides to stop working or a hard drive breaks, your data is safely stored on another device. Once your server is fixed, you can restore any of the image backups you made from whatever media they are on … in most cases.
This is just a short list of all those places you really don’t want to keep your backups. Add more in the comments section if you’ve got anything scarier…
With all of the hyped new features, returning old features and cloudy developments coming out of #TechEd are you thinking about upgrading to Server 2012? If so, now’s an opportune time to get some of the tricks and tip under your belt, to make Server 2012 work smooth as clockwork.