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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) was one of those ideas that exploded across IT last year. Although the practice of having staff integrate their personal smartphones and tablets into secure business systems had been around for several years, the fact that more and more companies were embracing BYOD meant that 2012 was the year that
We’ve released BackupAssist v7.2.1 just a few short weeks after the release of Version 7.2. This is primarily a maintenance release with just a couple of extra features: RecoverAssist now has an option to include third party diagnostic tools for use within a recovery environment, handy if you are running a hybrid backup and recovery
Disaster planning and business continuity are tasks that, like healthy eating and regular exercise, are often left by the wayside in a busy small or medium company. Today, I’d like to take you through the very basic steps involves in building a disaster recovery plan to show you how to get started in preparing for
We’d like to introduce you to our latest release, BackupAssist v7.2. This version is really important for two main reasons: it has a new add-on called Exchange Granular Restore and it beefs up some the features of Central Administration.