BackupAssist ER now gives you the option of Recover Anywhere, meaning you can achieve Disaster Recovery on Demand. Recover locally, in the cloud, or anywhere in between. When compared to DRaaS, it can achieve similar business outcomes at 75% less cost.
This final recovery scenario is a bit of fun, designed to show off your creativity and push the boundaries of what’s possible. We want to see what recoveries can be achieved with some “out of the box” thinking. That’s why we created an “Extreme” category – for anyone who can use non-standard methods to do a successful recovery.
BackupAssist ER kept a copy of your data in the cloud – safely offsite. So, thereis no panic because your data is safe.
In this type of recovery you can take a physical or virtual source machine (the one that was backed up), and restore it to a physical or virtual destination (the recovery machine). In industry jargon, that’s known as having P2P, P2V, V2P and V2V recovery options.
BackupAssist ER kept backup copies of your data both locally and in the cloud. Your objective is to get running again as quickly as possible. That’s where the VM Instant Boot feature in BackupAssist ER can really help.
The first step towards cyber-resilience is having a good backup.
Show us how fast you can do a full back up and recovery by taking the 2020 BackupAssist ER Challenge
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.
Here at BackupAssist, our developers are dedicated to always staying current with evolving technology. That’s how we ensure your peace of mind that the systems and data you depend on are properly protected. A great example of this will be apparent to customers using a NAS device with our Offsite Backups add-on (formerly Rsync for
In this new video presentation BackupAssist’s Senior Developer Jason Schultz runs through the new features in BackupAssist v6.4.0 and gives an overview on iSCSI as a backup destination, Disaster Recovery and performing a recovery with RecoverAssist. Topics Covered: The Benefits of iSCSI Working with iSCSI iSCSI and BackupAssist Disaster Recover from iSCSI? YES!
Hi All, On Tuesday, I think we performed a world’s first operation on our test environments… a bare metal restore from a backup on iSCSI target, from the Windows Recovery Environment. The problem is that the WinRE (that you get by booting off the Windows installation DVD on Windows Vista and onwards) does not include
Dear BackupAssist customers, To prepare for the launch of BackupAssist version 6, our website will be unavailable for 7 hours in the time zones below: (US EST) 8th September 2010 from 8:00pm-3:00am (AUS EST) 9th September 2010 from 10:00am-5:00pm (GMT) 9th September 2010 from 12:00am-7:00am Please accept our apologies for this inconvenience. We appreciate your understanding.