CloudBerry Backup transfers data to Amazon S3 and restores it in minutes. The backup software connects directly to your Amazon S3 account and securely transfers backup files and folders to the cloud, serving as a transport between your Windows workstation and your Amazon S3 storage account. It is available for Amazon S3 and Glacier, Microsoft Azure, Google cloud, OpenStack and all major cloud storage providers. You can backup desktop pc, server files, MS SQL Server with a proper version of CloudBerry Backup.
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 →
Keeping your server infrastructure up and running is unquestionably a task of utmost importance for any organization. And while image-based backups do a fine job of preserving data, sometimes they can't be restored fast enough, as emergency situations may require swift and immediate recovery. That's where a bootable USB drive can help. In this article we demonstrate how you can effortlessly create a bootable USB drive for Windows Server. Continue reading →
AWS Summit is amongst the best places where you can meet tech gurus, evangelists and users, eager to know as much as possible about cloud technology and security. In the very end of July, our team has visited Amazon Web Services Summit in Chicago, McCormick Place.
With dozens of features and details of internal IT-infrastructure to consider, selecting the right application to backup your data is always a challenge. In this series of articles, we compare CloudBerry Backup and Managed Backup solution solutions with other vendors’ backup products by a number of criteria and features that are important to users, businesses, and managed service providers.
Today, we will take a closer look at CrashPlan backup and Code42 CrashPlan enterprise solution: Continue reading →
The vast majority of IT businesses worldwide have already migrated to the cloud. However, the real business goal is not to do the same what everyone does, but to increase the efficiency of corporate IT system. In this article, we will take a closer look at advantages of the cloud migration as well as some pitfalls to take into account. Continue reading →
There are a number of storage classes for every need and budget in Amazon Web Services cloud storage. The cheapest method to store the backup for a long time is Amazon Glacier. However, there are two different ways to upload files to that storage: direct and using the lifecycle policy. In this article we will demonstrate why the lifecycle policy method is more practical. 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 →
It's been quite some time since the last release of CloudBerry Backup for QNAP and Synology. Today we bring you the major new and possibly last version of our NAS backup product — release 2.0. A handful of new features have been added to keep the app on a par with its macOS & Linux counterparts. Continue reading →
Here at CloudBerry Lab we always strive to stay up-to-date with the industry's latest developments. With that in mind, we've decided to bring the support for Wasabi cloud storage across our product line-up. If you've been following our blog lately, you know that it's already supported in CloudBerry Backup, Explorer, and Drive. Today we conclude the implementation of the novelty by bringing it to CloudBerry Backup 2.0.2 for macOS & Linux. Continue reading →