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An abandoned office will present some unique risks to your I.T. infrastructure, your backups included. Here are some ways you can prepare for an office lockdown, so you remain cyber-resilient while the office is empty.
The best time to protect yourself from ransomware is before it strikes. Cyber-resilience requires the right ransomware protection to save you from the panic and stress of unplanned downtime and potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom payments.
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BackupAssist support hours over Easter.

Dear Valued Customers, We would like to inform you that our Australian technical support office will be closed over the Easter holiday period on the following dates: Easter Friday: 22nd April 2011 Easter Monday: 25th April 2011 Anzac Day: 26th April 2011 Technical support services from the Australian office will be unavailable on these days,

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BackupAssist technical support office hours over the holiday period.

Dear Valued Customers, We would like to inform you that our technical support offices will be closed on the following dates over the Christmas holiday period: USA Office 24th December 2010 30th December 2010 31st December 2010 Australian Office 27th December 2010 28th December 2010 3rd January 2010 Technical support services will be unavailable on

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U.S. support office phone outage

The U.S. office experienced a slight phone outage this morning for approximately 20 minutes. We are sorry for any issues this has caused our customers, but the phones are now back up at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

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Australian Office Phone Support

Hi All, Just a quick note to let everyone know that our Australian office is currently experiencing some technical difficulties with our telecommunications provider. This means that the regular support number of +61 3 9899 4681 isn’t functioning correctly. If you require assistance from our Australian team you can reach us on either of the

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Australian office unavailable from Fri 12th – Mon 15th March, 2010

Hi Everybody, This is a quick post to let everyone know that our Australian office will be unavailable from Friday 12th – Monday 15th March, 2010. This means that there will be no phone support and minimal e-mail support available during these times from our Australian office. The reason for this is due to relocation

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US Office Outage

On Friday October 23rd the US Support Office experienced difficulties with their ISP. This caused an outage of their phone system until 1pm EDT. The network connectivity and Phone service has now been restored, and we would like to thank you for your patience as we attempt to respond to everyone in a timely manner.

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Flash floods near our Louisville office: please be patient

Hi all, Yesterday, we had wild weather near our Louisville USA office, with severe flash floods affecting both Kentucky and Indiana. At various times during the day our power, phones and network were down for some time. If you experienced any difficulties in receiving technical support yesterday or are yet to receive a response to

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Wild weather at our Louisville office, please be patient

Hi all, Yesterday, we had wild weather in our Louisville USA office, and at various times during the day, our power, phones and network were down for some time. We were able to handle all support cases via email by the close of business (plus our Australian office can handle any overflow) but we may

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Mailbox exporting and AV issues – BA1771 (MAPI_W_PARTIAL_COMPLETION)

Hi all, Over the years we’ve seen issues where AV programs flag certain emails as containing a virus, and prevent access to those emails. Recently we’ve seen this happen more, so it deserves a public explanation. We’ve found that when AV programs detects viruses, they flag the actual email itself, preventing any application from accessing

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Freeeject.com !

Hello, I’m Michael, one of the BackupAssist Support team Recently a customer wanted to have a remotely shared Rev drive cartridge to eject after the backup was complete. Since this was a remote share, the standard eject check box is not an option. The solution was to use the freeeject program available at www.freeeject.com. FreeEject