Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) is a category of services, designed to help IT specialists monitor and manage IT infrastructure - from desktops and servers to network availability and setup. These tools are essential for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), who monitor their clients in a timely fashion and provide services under given SLA’s. IT technicians can save time on patches and update management, software installation, and configuration, solving issues, etc.
In this article, we are going to overview core RMM features and TOP leading RMM solutions on the market.Continue reading →
IT organizations today need to be savvy when it comes to spending budget. The shift of moving from on-premises storage to cloud-based storage is just one example of how organizations have delivered the same level of service, but at a reduced cost. That’s just good money management – always trying to get more bang for your buck. Providers of services like cloud backup are aware that businesses think this way – particularly when it comes to cloud storage.
Tiered storage offerings today are designed to align with business needs – from the most critical of data to the “let’s just keep in in case we need it someday”, and everything in between. These offerings have appeared to meet the specific need for cloud-based storage, but at a cost that lines up with value perceived of the data being stored.
Amazon Web Services provide several storage options for different types of data: S3 for “HOT” and Glacier for “COLD” data. In this article, you can find the last updates of Amazon Glacier’s pricing and retrieval options.Continue reading →
It is of utmost importance to observe the laws aimed at the protection of patient medical data as regulated by the United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Data backup and protection of this data is mandatory.
In this article, we are going to discuss HIPAA principles — the basic law that regulates operation with personal medical data. We will also create a HIPAA compliant backup using CloudBerry Backup.
On the 22nd August 2017, the well-known online backup provider, CrashPlan,has announced that it's CrashPlan for Home product will be soon discontinued. We at CloudBerry are happy to offer to all CrashPlan for Home users our CloudBerry Backup Desktop Edition.
Here is why you can switch to CloudBerry without a fuss. Continue reading →
3-2-1 Backup strategy is an approach to increase a company’s crucial data resilience in case of any disaster. The key is keeping several backup copies of data, spread across separate storage sites. This strategy helps to cover organizational needs, such as keeping crucial data safe in compliance with applied government regulations.
In this article, we are going to review key points of “3-2-1” backup strategy and how CloudBerry Backup can simplify its implementation. Continue reading →
By using cloud storage, in today’s world, we need to make additional efforts in keeping the data protected. If you create a cloud-based folder with the same sharing practices, hackers and industrial spies can access it, even if you do not show the URL on the Internet.
In this article, you will learn about some recent data leaks and how to keep your sensitive data safe. Continue reading →
Only two AWS Summits left to attend in the US this Summer. One will be held in Atlanta and the other - in New York, Javits Center on 14th of August. Our team is going to the Big Apple to one of the biggest Amazon events around the globe. Continue reading →
Cloud backup has become one of the essential requirements for both business users and managed service providers. The market is packed with numerous versatile backup products vying for customers’ attention. Selecting the right solution is no easy job. To help you navigate through the sea of various backup software, today we will compare two popular solutions — CloudBerry Backup and Carbonite Backup.
We will dive deeper into the feature sets of both solutions, their pricing models, and examine their fitness for MSPs (Managed Service Providers). Continue reading →