It’s great having your System Protection backups on other media. If your server decides to stop working or a hard drive breaks, your data is safely stored on another device. Once your server is fixed, you can restore any of the image backups you made from whatever media they are on … in most cases.
A few days ago we penned an article about the new direction we are taking for Exchange backups and the concept behind it. That’s what today’s article is about; looking at the benefits of integrating Exchange backups with existing tools and how this can make your backups and restores simpler. Merging backup tools The idea
We’ve been looking at Exchange and thinking about ways we can streamline backups for everybody’s favorite email server. We want to make the backups work harder, with less input from you. Of course, the goal is always to keep your systems and data better protected. The path we’re going down diverges from Exchange “mailbox” level
We have just released BackupAssist v7.0.1 which holds a ton of new updates and fixes to further improve on BackupAssist v7. Some of these new features include: Improvements to the logging efficiency Easier navigation in the Report Viewer Fixes for IE Central Administration issues For the full list of inclusions, see the update release
New BackupAssist v7 avaliable now! BackupAssist v7 is now available after serious development time, months of testing – including amazing feedback from our beta testing – and far too much caffeine and sugar.
Be among the first to download and review the latest version of BackupAssist. Version 7 highlights include support for new Windows platforms, along with new features and enhancements to make it even easier to Backup, Restore and Recover your data. By participating in our Beta test program, you gain an early look into the exciting
BackupAssist maintenance release v6.4.4 was released last week, including these important fixes and enhancements: Important fix for imaging backups of Hyper-V CSV Fixes for Turkish operating systems Fixes for the Test Connection feature Improved UI and behaviour in the SQL Restore application View the full release notes. The SQL Restore improvements start with the new
BackupAssist 6.4.3 has been released and includes several important updates and bug fixes. Head over to the downloads page to download and install the latest version. Highlights include NEW BackupAssist Restore Console reporting options and stability improvements, enhancements to backup job queues for VSS and enhanced restores from ZIP on SBS2011. View the full release notes.
BackupAssist 6.4.2 has been released and includes several important updates and bug fixes. Head over to the downloads page to download and install the latest version. Highlights include fixes for iSCSI media selections and support for multiple iSCSI restores as well as a new File Notification reporting which saves a html report at a user-specified location.
In addition to the major features in added in BackupAssist v6.4.0 such as added support for iSCSI backups and the all new RecoverAssist. There are also some important bug fixes which address problems our Technical Support Engineers have recently discovered. A quick overview of these fixes is listed below: License deactivation (FB 11398) Several users
Cortex IT Labs today announced the latest release in their flagship product BackupAssist. BackupAssist v6.4.0 makes a large step forward for the BackupAssist product in adding support for iSCSI backups as well as the all new RecoverAssist recovery environment. Highlights: iSCSI BackupAssist now supports backing up to and recovering from iSCSI devices. iSCSI backups out performs all
BackupAssist v6.3.1 has been released. This maintenance release focuses on a host of fixes and improvements for HyperV backups. Users of Clustered Share Volumes (CSV) are strongly recommended to upgrade to the latest version. For more information you can read the full release notes or download now.