Last week we learned that Carbonite is acquiring yet another disaster recovery company, Mozy. While other acquisitions that Carbonite has made, like Evault and Doubletake, helped them round out their technology portfolio, what does Mozy give them? Carbonite and Mozy have long been competitors in the small business/home office backup market so at first, it appears that Carbonite just acquired its biggest competitor. I have no special insights as to what Carbonite plans with Mozy but I do have some speculations.Continue reading →
Since I started here at CloudBerry one of the questions I kept asking was “why don’t we have our own forum?” The answer was that we used to have a forum several years ago but that was before we had a lot of customers. Participation was low and it wasn’t deemed as a necessary resource at the time so the forum was closed. Now that we have tens of thousands of customers and we see questions come up in popular places like Reddit, Spiceworks, Server Fault and others, we feel it’s time to offer our customers a CloudBerry specific place to ask questions and get answers.Continue reading →
When I left Veeam back in April 2017 I announced that I was taking the summer off to focus on myself and staying home for a bit. The summer turned into Fall and then Winter but I’m happy to say that I’m back in the game again working with CloudBerry and their great set of products. You may notice that CloudBerry has some relation to Veeam, most notable is that Ratmir Timashev (Veeam co-founder) is on their board. The other great thing about CloudBerry is that a lot of the people have worked together before, going from Aelita to Quest to Veeam and then CloudBerry. It’s great to be working with a familiar group of people again.Continue reading →
Amazon re:Invent is the biggest and the final conference about everything cloud in the world. And it's happening right now. CloudBerry Lab team traditionally went there to meet customers, share opinion with other experts and show the latest generation of CloudBerry Backup - the 5.8 with Ransomware Protection.
Meet us at our booth 530! The last day of the conference is 1st of December. 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 →
One of the biggest Microsoft events of the year takes place right now in Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. CloudBerry Lab Team went to Microsoft Inspire 2017 to proudly present our newest backup and disaster recovery technology built for Microsoft Azure Cloud. Continue reading →
It had been only a month since our last visit to AWS Summit in Tokyo, and another Amazon Web Services summit was held. This time CloudBerry Lab went to London to visit the well-known conference. Continue reading →
Each year Amazon Web Services holds a number of events to bring together everyone interested in its services and platforms. Numerous IT professionals across different industries come to AWS Summits to share their experience with users and clients to ensure profound technical knowledge of AWS platforms inside the community. CloudBerry Lab was proud to participate in AWS Summit Japan that took place in Tokyo at the end of May 2017.
In early June 2017, CloudBerry Lab went to Service Desk & IT Support Show in London. This is the leading event in the UK for IT Support and Service Management professionals. The event was held on 7-8 June at London's Olympia.
Our team went to SITS to present CloudBerry Backup and, as usual, share experience with other IT-professionals from the industry. Continue reading →