BackupAssist 10 is now available for download! But what are the new features—that’s what you really want to know, right? Well, never before has there been such a gulf between software versions, making the upgrade truly worth it. There are nearly a dozen new features in BackupAssist 10! Each one is designed to save your business
Today at the Ignite conference in Atlanta, Microsoft officially launched its latest server operating system, Windows Server 2016. Eager to try it out? You can download the evaluation version here. Microsoft also announced at the conference that Windows Server 2016 will be on the October price list. Volume licensing customers will be able to download fully licensed software at
Our May newsletter started hitting inboxes today As usual, it’s got all the usual stuff: interesting news, handy support tips and funny articles. May’s contents include Our New Exchange Backup and Restore BackupAssist v7.0.2 Release Our New Video on Using Central Administration And the Infamous Backup News All of this in a ton more detail
We have just released BackupAssist v7.0.1 which holds a ton of new updates and fixes to further improve on BackupAssist v7. Some of these new features include: Improvements to the logging efficiency Easier navigation in the Report Viewer Fixes for IE Central Administration issues For the full list of inclusions, see the update release
We’ve just released version 5.4.4 of BackupAssist. This is a maintenance release that includes a number of fixes. This release is especially important for users running the Hyper-V Granular restore console and Rsync Engine. Minor fixes have also been made to the BackupAssist Restore Console, the Calendar options, Media usage report and Exchange selection screens.