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.
Since CloudBerry Backup supports file system repositories - apart from a wide range of cloud storage services - you may want to use it for PC-to-PC backups. In this article, we are going to show how to create a backup using a VPN-connected storage repository.Continue reading →
Any crucial desktop or server system needs two parts of protection: file backup and system backup. While file backup is all about user files and folders, system-level protection is necessary to recover the entire system in case of any failure.
In this article, we are going to briefly compare Windows built-in image backup features with CloudBerry Backup features.Continue reading →
Should you back up data to the cloud? The answer will depend on a variety of factors specific to your situation, of course.
In general, however, cloud backups are a good idea. In most cases, you can benefit from cloud storage cost savings by performing backups in the cloud. There are other advantages of cloud backup, too, such as easier access to data.
This article explains why cloud backups can, in many cases, be more cost-effective, provide faster data restoration and deliver higher rates of availability than on-premise backups.Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux is receiving yet another major release. Version 2.4 features support for Alibaba Cloud Store, long-awaited and highly-requested support for Retina displays, among others. Continue reading →
Doug Hazelman, VP of Technical Marketing in CloudBerry, is discussing ransomware protection and tools developed in CloudBerry Managed Backup that might help MSPs in the latest Lawrence Systems Videocast.
Any user of Microsoft Windows 7 needs a proper backup system to avoid data loss in any case. Since Microsoft offers OneDrive client for Windows, you may want to use it as a cloud backup tool and storage. But it is necessary to understand the difference between cloud backup and cloud sync.
In this article we will explain this concept and show how to backup and restore Windows 7.Continue reading →
If you use Microsoft Windows 10 at home or in an office, it is crucial to have a proper backup infrastructure in order to avoid data loss in case of hardware malfunction, virus activity or human fault. In this article, we are going to explain what backup options you have and how to protect Windows 10 using CloudBerry Backup.
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 →
Windows data backup strategies are usually based on two practices: backing up to external hard drives or cloud backups. Should you use both backup techniques for Windows backup and restore at the same time, or just one? If one, which is the better approach? This article explains.Continue reading →