BackupAssist offers several advantages over traditional backup when it comes to iSCSI storage devices. Here is all you need to know if you plan to use BackupAssist to back up your data to an iSCSI target.
A small number of our customers have recently reported that some historical iSCSI backups are being corrupted and lost. Although this is undoubtedly troubling, even in such cases these customers’ most recent backups and data have remained unaffected. This means they are still able to retain a safe restore point at all times. This issue
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.
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
Just released: BackupAssist v6.4 now includes support for iSCSI devices as well as the all new RecoverAssist. Get started with the BackupAssist beta. By participating in the beta test program you are directly helping to improve the BackupAssist product range as well as getting an early look at new and exciting features. For more information on the