Searching for a cloud backup solution for your small to medium business? Here’s some of the features you should be ticking off your list.
What is the difference between cloud backup, cloud storage, and cloud sync? Learn the difference so you don’t use the wrong tool for the job.
Keeping your data safe on cloud storage is a great way to insulate your business against data loss. Here’s how to perform a cloud backup with BackupAssist.
If you haven’t heard, BackupAssist 10 is now live, and with it comes a whole slew of new features. We’ll be covering them all in a series of articles over the next few weeks, so you can find out just how much value this latest release has to offer your business. The biggest addition, by far,
Cloud backup, cloud backup, cloud backup. If you’re following the industry, it’s a term you’ve heard a thousand times. And while there are still some significant downsides to cloud, at the end of the day it’s where things are headed. Sooner or later, the advantages will outweigh the detriments – even if that day hasn’t
We all have one. That buddy we’re not really sure should be a buddy. We haven’t known them for that long, but we spend more time with them than with people we’ve known for years. Because even though we’re not entirely certain they’ll really be there when we need them, they’re exciting and new and
Online backup options are steadily increasing in variety and dropping in price. Accordingly, the concept of offloading data storage headaches to a Cloud provider can be an alluring prospect to businesses. But while online backup may seem like the long awaited answer to our prayers, there may still be some irksome practicalities preventing a joyous
It’s easy to see why so many people are using remote backups. You have scalable storage, no hardware to manage and a backup destination that you can access from anywhere with an internet connection. This is ideal for roaming users, home offices, remote sites and small businesses. Note: BackupAssist 10 has introduced a fully-featured Cloud Backup solution.
Storing your backup information with an online storage provider is much easier than it sounds, but it’s not the only thing you need to do in order to keep your disk images, files and data safe. Just ask the businesses that got caught out when the U.S. Justice Department shut down Megaupload on the basis