5 reasons trusting built-in Windows Backup can be a bad idea Surprise, surprise, a built-in feature of Windows may not be the best tool for getting the job done. Windows Backup limitations are widely known, and there are an unfortunate myriad of shortcomings that tend to encourage even the most miserly admins to splash out
“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
We’ve looked at how Data containers add flexibility to System Protection backups, by providing restore points from incremental backups and making the backups more portable. Now we would like to tell you about another advantage – ease of use.
(or why YOU should invest in server backups) You never know what’s around the corner. Fire, flood or even good old fashioned malfunctions can bring your servers offline. Sometimes it’s a slog getting your boss to see this. IT infrastructure sits in a bubble in the minds of some senior managers: never in need of
If you have many copies of BackupAssist installed on many machines, Central Administration is a new feature in BackupAssist v7 that will let you easily control every copy. This video shows you how to set up and use Central Administration with BackupAssist.
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 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
How To Uninstall Rsync Programs is part of our videos lessons teaching you how to set up a successful Rsync Backup. By the end of this lesson, you will know how to uninstall CopSSH and cwRsyncServer.
Activate A User Within CopSSH is the third of 5 video lessons teaching you how to set up a successful Rsync Backup. Watch how a basic Rsync setup can solve your off-site backup requirements. Later this week we will also be releasing videos on Setup Rsync Client and Seeding your Rsyncserver .
Installing CopSSH and cwRsyncServer is the second of 5 video lessons teaching you how to set up a successful Rsync Backup. By the end of this lesson, you will have a working RsyncServer ready to receive data. Later this week we will also be releasing videos on; Activate a User Within CopSSH, Setup Rsync Client