If you're an MSP (or plan to be one), please join CloudBerry October 17-18, 2018 at the ASCII IT Success Summit in the Seattle area at the Hilton Bellevue hotel.
The ASCII Summits are chock full of great information for Managed Service Providers and are designed to help you grow your business. And the best part is they are FREE for attendees. You can register here: https://asciievents.com/
This will be CloudBerry's fourth ASCII Summit this year as a Platinum Sponsor and I cannot over-emphasize the value for attendees. The summits include very informative sessions from fellow MSPs and vendors about how to run a successful managed service provider business.
You can attend one or both days. Both David Gugick and Doug Hazelman from CloudBerry will be there (Doug is presenting Day 2). Please come by and say hello either at the Day 1 reception or Day 2 at the Solution Pavilion (we're raffling off an Xbox One S!)
We hope to see you there. If you can't make it, please look for us next year at the 2019 ASCII IT Success Summits.
SQL backup routine includes various actions you should remember about. And the best way to get it done is by using backup automation. In this article, we will cover built-in tools that help to simplify your daily routine.
We will also show how to do this using CloudBerry software for MS SQL Server backup. Continue reading
Multiple backup schedules are used in most backup infrastructures to make backup processes flexible and efficient. You can, for example, configure separate backup schedules for the whole server backup and just one SQL database. However, built-in Windows Server Backup does not allow this to be accomplished via its GUI. Continue reading
In September 2018, Microsoft announced that Azure Archive Storage will become generally available in 8 additional Azure regions.
Azure Archive Storage is an archive tier of Microsoft Azure Blob Storage in addition to hot and cool tiers. It is designed to help organizations reduce their storage costs by storing rarely accessed data in a lowest-priced tier. Microsoft offers an industry leading price point for archiving data (0.2 cents per GB/month). Continue reading
This week, Doug Hazelman and David Gugick are representing CloudBerry at the ASCII Summit in the NY/NJ metropolitan area. The ASCII IT Success Summits target CloudBerry’s core audience: Managed Service Providers. The speakers educate on how to be successful as an MSP, while the sponsors educate on products and offer insights on expanding MSP service offerings. For CloudBerry, we specifically discuss backup-as-a-service using our unique bring-your-own storage BaaS model. Continue reading
To use Amazon S3 effectively, you need to be aware of the security mechanisms provided by AWS to control your S3 resources. This is the first part in a three-part series on S3 security. In this part, we will discuss the three different access control tools provided by AWS to manage your S3 resources.
As you may know, Apple is about to release its next version of macOS — Mojave — on Monday. CloudBerry Backup for macOS has consequently been updated to fully support the latest macOS.
Join CloudBerry & Wasabi Technologies for a webinar on Tue, Sep 25, 2018, at 10:00 AM PDT where we will announce new capabilities of our joint backup and recovery cloud storage solution. Continue reading
Differential backup in SQL Server contains only the data changed since the last ‘full’ run. It allows you to shorten backup windows while keeping the backup chain simple.
In this article, we are going to explain how differential backup works in SQL Server and how it can help preserve database data. Continue reading
If you’re an avid user of macOS or iOS, it’s safe to to bet that some of your workflow revolves around iCloud. Whether it’s some Xcode project or a Keynote presentation, it’s likely that some, if not most, of your data resides in iCloud. The significance of this data could not be overstated and thus it makes sense to consider some sort of backup for it to ensure that you’re not caught off guard if something disastrous happens at Apple’s data centers.