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Cloud backup and cloud storage management solutions for the most popular public cloud storage services including: Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Azure, Google etc. CloudBerrylab makes awesome software tools for cloud backup, storage management and syncronization for over 20 csloud storage providers.

Ransomware on Mac. Does it Exist?

One of the most annoying types of virus types nowadays, is Ransomware – malicious software that locks files or a computer until its owner pays a ransom for decryption. Windows users do a lot of things to protect their files, but how about for Macs? Should Mac users be worried about such virus types? In this article we are going to reveal the answer. Continue reading

How to Backup a Linux Server

how to backup linux server header with penguinsBacking up Linux servers is crucial if you want to be protected against unexpected failures or data loss.

However, the approach you take to Linux server backups will vary depending on which kind of Linux server you have and what it is used for.

This article identifies the types of files that you would typically back up in different Linux server use cases. Continue reading

Taking Advantage of Web Access for macOS & Linux in CloudBerry Backup

It's been a few months since we introduced CloudBerry Backup 2.1 for macOS & Linux that brought support for Web Access — a feature that enables you to use a web-based user-interface for the app. This feature is incredibly useful for those Linux users that have a non-GUI distro but want to interact with CloudBerry Backup in a more convenient way. So in this article we'll demonstrate how to enable Web Access and use it to perform regular operations.
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How to Backup Files in Linux

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Backing up files in Linux may seem easy, but it is challenging to backup a Linux system in a reliable and efficient way.

That is because a typical Linux server contains many different types of files. Some are more important to back up than others, and some are easier to restore to a working state than others after the system goes down.

For this reason, if your Linux backup strategy simply involves copying all directories from the system to a backup server, it is unlikely that you will actually be able to recover all of your data after a failure. You also won’t be backing up data efficiently because a full-system backup will consume much more space than necessary. Continue reading

4 Best Practices for MSP: Backup and Recovery of Clients’ Data

4 Best Practices for MSP. Backup and Recovery of Clients Data

Data loss can occur for a variety of reasons. A user may delete the data that he needs, part of the computer or the whole operating system may be crashed or the PC may be infected by a virus. But whatever is the reason, you as a managed service provider have to help your clients and offer them the swift recovery of their data. In this article, we would like to review 4 MSP best practices for data backup and recovery in Windows. Continue reading

4 ‘Must-Have’ Features of the Managed Backup Software

Essential features of managed backup

Keeping clients’ servers and PC operational at any time and up-to-date is vital for any managed service provider. Your primary mission is meeting your clients' expectations.

When you only start MSP business and work with your first client, it’s easy to provide on-demand remote support. But as you grow and add more and more customers to your portfolio, it gets harder to manage all their systems manually. Especially this concerns remote backup service.

Whether you perform remote PC backup manually or whether you make it with a script, eventually you start looking for MSP software that will give you more advantages in performing managed backup service.

So what are the essential features of the managed backup software? Let’s take a look. Continue reading