Learn more about how data deduplication and compression work and the benefits that these advanced data management techniques can provide for your backup and recovery strategy.
Best Practices Blogs
Discover the best strategies for cloud-based data backup and recovery, and find out how BackupAssist can protect your organization’s valuable data.
Are you running a legacy Windows operating system that has been in end-of-support for years? Don’t worry; I’m not here to give you a lecture on the need to upgrade. For the most part, no administrator wants to run Windows Server 2012 in the 2020s, but they often have to.
Keeping permanently deleted items in your Exchange mailbox backups is important. Microsoft 365 provides up to 30 days of deleted item retention. Beyond this time, items are deleted for good – so restoring from backup will be your only option. Let’s see how BackupAssist 365 handles this.
Backing up remote files via SFTP using BackupAssist 365 – an introduction and cyber security analysis
Many businesses have important files stored on remote machines – such as websites, transaction logs, and router logs. With the ever-present threat of hacking, it has never been more important to have a robust backup plan. We will examine the “pull” vs “push” method of backing up remote content and discuss how BackupAssist 365 can help you achieve offsite backups of remote files.
Microsoft introduced data deduplication on NTFS volumes in Windows Server 2012, and it is a feature that has been improved upon in successive versions. How well will it work on backup data saved using BackupAssist 365?