When planning a backup, the amount of time the backup job takes and the amount of storage used are key considerations. By backing up only the data that has changed, you can reduce both the time and storage space—but you must still be able to restore any data required, using those backups. This can be
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What is Cloud backup? Rsync cloud backup involves sending a copy of your data over a proprietary or public network to an offsite server. The server is usually hosted by a third-party service provider, who charges a fee based on the bandwidth and storage used to send and store data. Cloud Storage Providers will typically
Client-side software – BackupAssist This page contains the rsync Windows download files needed to set up an rsync destination for BackupAssist. BackupAssist comes deployed with the necessary Rsync libraries, so no additional software is required. BackupAssist File Protection can use an rsync host as a backup destination. This allows you back up data across the
We’ve just launched the latest version of BackupAssist – version 7.3.1. It has a great new feature that makes restoring mail items from a Hyper-V guest using Exchange Granular Restore easier than ever before. Also in v7.3.1 are a few tweaks making the backup options clearer, and the restore process more informative.