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It’s official: BA certified for Windows Server 2012 and 2012R2!

Are you running Windows Server 2012 or 2012R2?  Well, we’ve got some good news for you.  You can backup your systems and data using BackupAssist v8 with full confidence of optimal efficacy. Okay, we hear you.  You already knew this.  You’ve been backing up your Server 2012 and R2 with ease ever since v8 launched 


Five advantages of Hyper-V over other virtualization platforms

When it comes to virtualization platforms Hyper-V is still a young pup compared to competitors like VMware but it is quickly gaining ground. Since its release in 2008 Hyper-V has shown that it can stand up against the bigger players and is now showing its worth in everything from small business to major enterprise virtualization.


Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview Available

Microsoft has released a preview version of Windows Server 2012 R2 as part of the MS Build conference going on in San Francisco for the next two days.


Server 2012 caught your eye? Here’s a few practical tips to get started

With all of the hyped new features, returning old features and cloudy developments coming out of #TechEd are you thinking about upgrading to Server 2012? If so, now’s an opportune time to get some of the tricks and tip under your belt, to make Server 2012 work smooth as clockwork.

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The new BackupAssist is here!

New BackupAssist v7 avaliable now! BackupAssist v7 is now available after serious development time, months of testing – including amazing feedback from our beta testing – and far too much caffeine and sugar.


Incremental Backups and Windows Server 2012

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