BackupAssist today announced the general availability launch of BackupAssist 365, an easy to use cloud-to-local solution.
Itching to upgrade to Windows Server 2016? Now you can, and keep your backups completely intact. Version 9.5 is out, and it includes baseline support for Microsoft’s server software. So what exactly is baseline support? Well, it means that you will be able to use BackupAssist and all its features on Windows Server 2016, starting with the
At the end of September this year, support for BackupAssist v7 will come to an end. You will still be able to use BackupAssist v7, but you will not receive any software updates or support. This means it’s great time to consider upgrading. To help you do this, let’s go over some of the
It’s been a massive year here at BackupAssist – and before it ends, we thought we’d squeeze in one more major version release! BackupAssist v9.2 is now available, and it offers yet more significant improvements. We figured that while you’re out of the office enjoying the Holiday Season with your friends and family, you want the peace
Were you excited when we first launched BackupAssist v9? With features like Rapid VM Recovery, Bootable Backups, and the Hyper-V Tab, who wouldn’t be? Bet you thought that with all those awesome new features, it’d be a while before we released something that jam-packed again. Some fixes here and there, the occasional slight improvement right? Wrong.
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
The wait is over! BackupAssist v9 is now officially available for download, and that’s seriously exciting. This version of BackupAssist is a huge leap forward in technology. In fact, it’s the most advanced software we’ve ever released, and it’s going to bring advanced protection to your vital systems and data like never before. So strap yourself in,
Following some recent security patches from Microsoft, we’ve received reports that a small number of BackupAssist users have experienced some difficulty when trying to manually run a backup within our software. Our developers reacted immediately upon receiving these reports, and have now made available an update to our software that corrects the issue. If you’re using BackupAssist v8
We’ve got some great news for all BackupAssist users – the latest feature release of our solution is now available for download. BackupAssist v8.4 offers some great new features to improve your backup and disaster recovery capabilities even further. Protecting your data just keeps on getting easier. Here’s what you gain by downloading BackupAssist v8.4
Have you had a chance to download the newest version of BackupAssist yet? We’re pretty sure the answer to that question is “YES!”, because who wouldn’t want the very latest improvements to backup and disaster recovery? But on the off chance you haven’t and you want to know why you should, here’s a rundown
This week saw the release of BackupAssist v8.2.1. We usually don’t do articles about maintenance releases, but because there are some great new features, we thought we’d share the good news.
We’re thrilled to announce that BackupAssist v8.2 is now available for download! This version offers the most new features and improvements to our software since we first released version 8 back in June this year. Properly protecting your systems, applications and data is easier and more powerful than ever before. Here’s what downloading v8.2 today