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You back up, but are you actually cyber-resilient? The top 5 backup mistakes that force ransom payments.
Many people think they are protected against hacking, data deletion and ransomware attacks because they do backups… only to discover their backups were either destroyed or ineffective. Cyber-resilience expert, Linus Chang, breaks down the top 5 mistakes that force victims to pay the ransom.
Backing up SharePoint documents from Office 365 using a single “backup user” login (no user license required)
To back up Office 365 SharePoint documents, it’s best to use a special backup user login. This blog explains how to achieve this without needing any extra O365 licenses.
Yes, absolutely it is possible to be cyber-resilient, to mitigate all common cyber risks, and to do it for less than a dollar per day. In this blog, we explain how to get the right backup within a budget.
Cyber-resilience is “an organization’s ability to recover from an adverse cyber-event”. How well can you recover from hacking, ransomware, natural disasters?
Backing up multiple Office 365 mailboxes is possible and easier when you use a single login. This blog explains how to achieve this without needing any extra O365 licenses.
When doing a backup of mailboxes in Office 365 or Exchange to a local PST file, there are situations where BackupAssist 365 appears to slow down or stall. Here’s why.
When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
According to research, not only are fax machines going to be used well into the future, corporate usage is actually on the increase.
A step-by-step on dealing with planned and unplanned outages.
Wondering if your company’s IT staff are unusual or not? Here’s some warning signs to look out for, as written by other IT professionals.
Hi everyone, We’ve had a number of cases arise where an ESET anti-virus security product and BackupAssist being installed on the same machine has resulted in the system entering a ‘Blue Screen of Death’ (BSOD) towards the end of the backup. We have a previous blog item which outlines early details of this important issue