We recently discussed P2V and touched on the advantages of using P2V as a recovery solution. This article takes a closer look at P2V recovery and how BackupAssist can be used to perform a P2V recovery to a Hyper-V guest.
Sever backup is a complex beast. There are many different factors to take into consideration and a huge headache worth of choices to make when it comes to ensuring your business servers are properly protected. This is all well and good if you’re an IT guru with a career’s worth of knowledge behind you, but
Offsite backup is important. Really. If you don’t know this already, either you’re doing it wrong or your company has been lucky and hasn’t lost important data (so far…). Chances are your business already understands this importance and has implemented an offsite backup strategy, but is it as effective as it could be?
Our US support office will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday 26th of May 2014. As such, our US support team will be unavailable on this day. However, Australian support will continue to operate as normal.
5 reasons trusting built-in Windows Backup can be a bad idea Surprise, surprise, a built-in feature of Windows may not be the best tool for getting the job done. Windows Backup limitations are widely known, and there are an unfortunate myriad of shortcomings that tend to encourage even the most miserly admins to splash out
Physical Windows Servers are busy things – humming power supplies, drives and all sorts of components working together. They give you the data and applications you need, how and when you need them: but maintaining your physical servers and applications can require a lot of work and expense. Life can be a lot easier using
Online backup options are steadily increasing in variety and dropping in price. Accordingly, the concept of offloading data storage headaches to a Cloud provider can be an alluring prospect to businesses. But while online backup may seem like the long awaited answer to our prayers, there may still be some irksome practicalities preventing a joyous
BackupAssist v8 is almost here! So we can make sure it’s ready for launch, we’d like you to download and try our v8 beta version. The v8 beta is the most advanced, precise and intuitive BackupAssist version yet. Give it a spin and let us know how we can make it even better!
“Disasters happen with Windows Servers (and all that crucial data your business depends on!), whether you’re ready or not.” When we think of losing Windows Server data to disaster, it’s all too easy to go grandiose. Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, Californian earthquakes, floods, fires, asteroids, the wrath of God and the coming of the apocalypse – these