With merely days remaining in the year, we’ve just launched the latest version of BackupAssist – version 7.4. With support for Windows Server 2012 R2 and over 15 other enhancements, we thought it was important for you to get your hands on this new release right away!
This year saw the arrival of a particularly nasty virus called CryptoLocker. This ransomware will encrypt certain files and then demand a payment to decrypt them. The files cannot be decrypted, other than by paying, so the only safe way to get your data back is by restoring it from a backup.
System Protection is a flexible backup technology that can be used to protect data and applications. As we mentioned in our previous article about Backup methods, System Protection creates an image that can be backed up incrementally.
With Christmas just weeks away and the end of 2013 fast approaching, we would like to say thanks for a great year. Thanks for being a valued client, and thanks for all your suggestions about BackupAssist.
It’s easy to see why so many people are using remote backups. You have scalable storage, no hardware to manage and a backup destination that you can access from anywhere with an internet connection. This is ideal for roaming users, home offices, remote sites and small businesses. Note: BackupAssist 10 has introduced a fully-featured Cloud Backup solution.