So, your server has crashed. Don’t worry, you can recover it. You can recover it, right? Knowing how to recover a Windows Server, and more importantly having the software and procedures in place to do so, is crucial for all businesses. Servers can contain mission-critical systems and data, the loss of which has the potential
“Disasters happen with Windows Servers (and all that crucial data your business depends on!), whether you’re ready or not.” When we think of losing Windows Server data to disaster, it’s all too easy to go grandiose. Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, Californian earthquakes, floods, fires, asteroids, the wrath of God and the coming of the apocalypse – these
Data recovery is the process of taking a computer that cannot start itself and returning it to a previous operating state. This means a recovery has to start the computer and then recover its operating system, data and applications.
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