You’ve been trying to fix it, but nothing’s working. Sometimes, it’s time to just wipe the slate clean and recover the whole system from a backup.
Performing an incremental backup is a key function of any good backup software. But not everyone knows what an incremental backup is right away, or how powerful they are. Read on to learn how you can simply store your business’s data without succumbing to data bloat. Incremental Backups – Your Server’s Best Friend Normally, when you perform
BackupAssist’s suite of backup types includes System Protection, our recommended backup type for Windows servers. This article looks at the requirements and advantages of different backup destinations for System Protection backups.
System Protection is a flexible backup technology that can be used to protect data and applications. As we mentioned in our previous article about Backup methods, System Protection creates an image that can be backed up incrementally.
In this video from BackupAssist we will show you a quick way to check if your backups are capable of bare metal recovery (BMR). View more videos from BackupAssist at http://www.backupassist.com/education/videos.html