Back in 2001, when I started the company, it was a complete (and naïve) leap of faith into the unknown. Like many before me, I started with no capital, no experience, no product, and only a vague idea that I wanted to create a business that had something to do with computer software.
Occasionally, you may need to change where your Office 365 backups are stored – like moving from a hard drive to NAS. Sometimes, you might even need to move BackupAssist 365 from one computer to another. This blog shows you how.
Microsoft 365 backups – what happens to the backup data of old users once they’ve left the company and their accounts are deleted?
A good backup strategy must include the ability to retain the backup data of employees who have left an organization. This article examines how BackupAssist 365 handles this once a user has been deleted from Microsoft 365 or Office 365.
With the rapid update of Microsoft Teams in the new work from home environment, collaboration has never been easier. Understandably, many system administrators wonder where Teams stores their files, as these should be backed up as part of a good cyber resilience plan. This article sheds light on this issue!
Many businesses use IMAP mailboxes that come free with web hosting plans. For a variety of reasons, it’s a good idea to perform backups of these mailboxes. This blog shows you how to do that with BackupAssist 365.
Backing up Microsoft 365 and Office 365 requires you to sign into Office 365 and authorize access for BackupAssist 365. Many first-time users make the mistake of using a human user admin account. Instead, we strongly recommend creating a dedicated, unlicensed user login – and here we explain why!
Due to the recent Exchange Server vulnerabilities, we were keen to decommission our on-premise Exchange Server and move to Office 365 in a hurry. That enabled us to perfect a migration method that worked smoothly and met all of our business objectives. We think it’s certainly worth sharing!
Does BackupAssist support BackBlaze B2 as a cloud storage destination? Yes, absolutely. It’s easy to set up, and the two technologies make for a compelling combination for secure, fast, reliable and cost effective business-grade backups.
If you’re backing up your Microsoft 365 or Office 365 tenant for the first time with BackupAssist 365, you probably have a lot of questions.
How long will it take? Will I be throttled? Are there security considerations to think about? These and many other questions will be answered here!
Spam emails are a major way that ransomware spreads – so we don’t want to backup such malware! Yet, we estimate over 50% of companies have mailboxes that contain messages with virus or malware attachments. Fortunately, BackupAssist 365 has a safety feature that keeps your backups clean.
It’s common to shop around for a better deal – better health cover, a cheaper mortgage rate – and the same is true for cloud storage. What might have been the ideal solution for your business twelve months ago may now not be today. So what if you want to switch where you store your cloud backups?
How to migrate a virtual machine from VirtualBox over to VMware Workstation when the instructions don’t work.
Moving a virtual machine from a VirtualBox host over to a VMware host should be easy, right? But following VMware’s instructions failed. Copying the virtual hard disk also failed. Luckily I found a free solution that worked!