We often hear from clients that the feature set of BackupAssist ER makes it a cost-effective alternative to DRaaS solutions – with key features being able to cut downtime to just a few minutes by virtualizing the recovery on-premise, and to be able to fully recover from the cloud copy of the backup.
Using the D2D2C capability of BackupAssist ER is a great way to get your full system backups into the cloud. If you’re seeking the ultimate performance for backup or recovery, it’s worth noting that the speed of the CPU on the client machine can make a difference in high performance network environments. Here’s some pointers on how to get the most out of BackupAssist ER.
Press Release: BackupAssist partners with Wasabi to deliver disruptive price and performance model for cyber-resilient data backup
Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage integrates seamlessly with BackupAssist Classic and BackupAssist ER for an up to 80% less expensive and faster solution than large first-gen cloud providers
If you read our WiFi hacking introduction last month, you’ll know that WiFi has vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited and that it is difficult to know if you’re being attacked.
So what can you do to protect yourself?
We’re proud to announce BackupAssist Classic v11 – the latest evolution of our award-winning backup software.
Groundbreaking Cyber Black Box Collects and Stores Data that Can Aid Digital Forensic Investigations, Assist in Cybercrime Insurance Claims and Help Cybercrime Investigators to Track and Prosecute Global Cyber Criminals
It’s unfortunate, but organizations around the world are being hacked into and held to ransom by cybercriminals at an alarming rate. Most SMEs are simply under-prepared but have no idea why. This is the story of how digital forensics and Cyber Black Box can help.
The problem with WiFi hacking is you could be a victim and not even know it. If your business provides WiFi to employees, or if you use WiFi yourself, you need to know the risks. And no, VPN is not the silver bullet!
You can get a local PST backup of your cloud mailboxes that are hosted in Office 365 from GoDaddy. It’s easy!
Storing your backup data in a S3 bucket on FreeNAS is a great, cost effective option for offsite backups. Installing it is simple enough, but knowing what hardware to run it on based on your requirements can be hit or miss.
Convenient? Yes! Confusing? Not anymore. Let’s look at cloud storage types, costs and options.
We all know that storing your backups in the cloud is a very convenient way of getting an offsite backup. But how secure is it exactly? This article explains things in plain English, comparing the security of cloud and on-premise backups, and we finish with some practical advice on how to choose between cloud backups and swapping USB or RDX hard disks.