BackupAssist offers several advantages over traditional backup when it comes to iSCSI storage devices. Here is all you need to know if you plan to use BackupAssist to back up your data to an iSCSI target.
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We’ll admit it; there are tons of acronyms in the backup software industry. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with the entire lingo, like RPO, CSV, or VHD.
If you’re finding yourself scratching your head at terms like these, or just looking for a refresher, read on. This guide is for you.
Server backup and recovery isn’t something you can just wing. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. A solid backup strategy requires a lot of foresight and planning – after all, there’s a serious potential that if disaster strikes, it could cripple your business if vital systems and data aren’t recoverable.
If you’re just starting out planning your company’s server backup strategy, you may feel a little overwhelmed. So in this article, we’re going to take a look at some core considerations you need to take into account. We won’t cover everything, because every environment will be different and to do so would require a full-length text book, but we’ll give you a good starting point.
Just getting started with BackupAssist? First thing’s first: welcome! We’re pretty confident you’re going to like what the software can do. But whenever you first install new and unfamiliar software, chances are that getting things set up and all the nuances worked out can be a bit of a process. With this article, we’ll make getting started with your free trial of BackupAssist a little easier.
Our previous article looked at how to create a Hyper-V guest backup. In this article, we look at how to restore a single guest.
Is your business starting to think about its Disaster Recovery planning? We really hope so. Because if you lose your IT infrastructure to disaster, it’s going to have a serious impact on your business. In fact, a lot of SMBs don’t recover at all.
There’s a lot of information out there on planning for disaster recovery, but a lot of it is very dry, technical content. It’s invaluable advice that you’ll definitely need to read, but what if you need to explain the importance of disaster recovery planning to someone who’s less technically savvy? Well, this infographic should help!
This article explains how to install Window Server Backup 2012 and 2008.
This is the first in a series of articles where we will take a closer look at Hyper-V backups and restores. In this article, we will just touch on a couple of common questions. What backup type to use and what data to back up. In the following weeks we will dig down a lot more and look at some of the scenarios we are often asked about, and highlight some of the important steps.