It’s great to be able to back up anything you want to any destination, but the real measure of a backup product is its ability to restore your data.
We’ve all had that fantasy of being able to rewind time and get a do-over. It’s simple with data, but not so simple with everything else! Here’s a list of five things in life you probably wish had restore points in case things go south.
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
The latest update to BackupAssist is now available for download with a brand new feature exclusive to version 7.3, Direct Exchange Injection for our new add-on, Exchange Granular Restore.
Our brand new major release of BackupAssist, version 7.1 is now available to download, and is set to give you more flexibility in the way you protect your systems and data. V7.1 brings many of the features you’ve been asking like support for Exchange 2013, enhanced support for Server 2012 and history for imaging backups
Concept art via Pixar So the guys at Pixar are sitting there, most of Toy Story 2 sitting in digital tatters around them with no working backups when Technical Director Galyn Susman realises she has a working copy on her home computer which she copied so she could work at home and look after her