Mac users typically have a basic backup structure using a good, native tool called “Time Machine”. But there are a few thoughts we want you to consider in order to make your backups more efficient and available anytime, anywhere. You will find the TOP-5 tips that can help you build a proper Mac backup infrastructure for personal or business needs.Continue reading →
We are constantly working on Mac version of CloudBerry Backup and the new version 1.8 is now ready to download! There are some GUI and under-the-hood improvements, alongside with support of S3 compatible cloud storage, Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration and Amazon S3 China region. We have also included the option to prevent Mac from sleep mode while backup is in progress.Continue reading →
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup for Mac 1.5 and later.
We are glad to announce that the latest release of CloudBerry Backup for Mac supports OpenStack storage! You can now securely back up your data to any OpenStack storage like IBM Softlayer, Oracle Cloud, Rackspace and others.
We'd like to inform that the newer version of CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS comes with some graphical enhancements. Now you can view plan progress and plans history that help monitoring your backups and restores. Continue reading →
The new version of CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS comes with a set of new features and enhancements. Our product now supports Microsoft Azure cloud storage, AWS EU Frankfurt region and provides the ability to set Amazon Standard-IA class to the files during the backup process. Additionally, we provide a Free version for personal, non-business use! Continue reading →
Freeware versions of CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS cloud backup and Linux cloud backup are now available! They come with most of the features that you can find in the commercial license version of our product such as flexible schedule options and retention policies as well as a whole variety of cloud storage providers. Continue reading →