So, you’ve survived the zombie apocalypse with your brains intact. But can you say the same for your systems and data? In the aftermath of an undead disaster, imagine the advantage your business could leverage by being up and running while your competitors are still clutching shotguns in their basements. It’s doable. But you’ll need
Our US support office will be closed for Labor Day on Monday 1st of September 2014. As such, our US support team will be unavailable on this day. However, Australian support will continue to operate as normal.
Are you running Windows Server 2012 or 2012R2? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. You can backup your systems and data using BackupAssist v8 with full confidence of optimal efficacy. Okay, we hear you. You already knew this. You’ve been backing up your Server 2012 and R2 with ease ever since v8 launched
Hyper-V backups can be a little overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. Don’t feel bad about it. We understand. That’s why we’ve put together some pointers on where to start when learning how to backup Hyper-V servers that will have you protecting VMs like a pro in no time. Want to know how
If you own or operate a small business, your server backups are your safety net. They’re how you ensure that if something goes wrong, your business can get back on its feet and resume operating as usual. So server backup fails are a pretty big deal. Here are 6 common server backup fails and what
So your business has made the change to virtual machines ( VMs). Congratulations. You’ve clearly weighed up the pros and cons and decided virtualizing is a good move for your business. You’ve probably made the right choice, as there are some significant benefits to VMs that we’ve discussed previously. But now the fun part starts.
Active Directory is a dependent on Windows Server system files, and is restored as part of what is called a system state restore. This article looks at how to protect Active Directory using a BackupAssist System Protection backup and a Windows system state restore.
Version 7.4.6 introduces an important update if you are still using series 7 of our software and backing up with iSCSI. A small number of v7 customers had reported that some historical iSCSI backups were being lost and corrupted. We fixed this problem with Version 8, but as some of our customers are still using
It’s the end of the week. You’ve worked hard, we’re sure. Splash out on some company time and crack a smile at these viral videos. Don’t worry, you can rationalize it – they’re all (albeit vaguely) related to data backup. Here’s why data backup is important, as explained by YouTube’s finest.