As you’ve probably heard by now, the latest version of BackupAssist includes BitLocker encryption for System Protection backups on external drives. This is an addition we’re really excited about – it’s a great tool that helps provide the high level of data security our customers have come to expect from us. As the BitLocker engine
There are a lot of tools that an IT pro needs day to day, but few are as vital as a decent imaging backup software. An IT pro without it is a carpenter without a hammer, The Doctor without a sonic screwdriver, 60’s Batman without skin-tight leggings and an arsenal of puns. Without it, the job is
If you create and administer backups, you will have heard the term VSS. You may even know that VSS runs in the background while a backup takes place. Knowing that is usually enough but if you’re customizing your backups or encountering VSS problems it helps to know more.
BackupAssist’s suite of backup types includes System Protection, our recommended backup type for Windows servers. This article looks at the requirements and advantages of different backup destinations for System Protection backups.
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.
System Protection is a flexible backup technology that can be used to protect data and applications. As we mentioned in our previous article about Backup methods, System Protection creates an image that can be backed up incrementally.
Incremental backups are the surgical way to protect your files. They search and copy only things that have changed, rather than the sledgehammer approach of duplicating an entire system for each backup. Incremental backups note changes in data and when a backup is scheduled to run they copy the altered files, ignoring information that has