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How to Back Up Network Shares on macOS & Linux


CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux is fully equipped to work with network shares when it comes to data backup. If you want to back up an entire network share, CloudBerry Backup has you covered. In this article we go a little deeper into the process of mounting and backing up network shares.
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Incremental vs Differential Backup: Difference Explained

Incremental Backup vs Differential Backup

There are three main types of backup: full, differential and incremental. And the devil, really, is in the names. Full backup means that you are performing backup of all files each time; incremental backup will only do new and changed files or parts of files since the last backup. Differential backup will also upload new and modified files or parts of the files, but it compares itself with the full backup.

We have a separate article on incremental backup, and now we’re going to explain how differential backup works and focus on the difference between incremental and differential backup. Continue reading

How to Backup to Another Computer Over the Internet

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

CloudBerry MBS Now Works with OptiTune

CloudBerry MBS, a managed cloud backup service, offers native integration with a variety of remote management services like LabTech and ConnectWise. Today we're excited to announce the latest addition to our remote management partners — OptiTune. With it you'll be able to deploy CloudBerry MBS for Windows effortlessly as well as track backup and restore plans right from the OptiTune's dashboard.

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Managed Service Provider Responsibilities: Top 6 Things to Do When Launching Your MSP Business



The as-a-service model was booming in 2017, and interest will likely only continue to increase in 2018. Subsequently, opportunities within the managed services landscape continue to grow, and so does the competition. So as you plan your MSP business, you need to be prepared.

As you begin the planning stages, here’s a list of key considerations as part of starting a successful MSP business. Continue reading

Windows Server 2012 Bare-Metal Recovery: What You Should Know

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

The Basic Price Modeling Guide for MSPs



Small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face constant challenges while managing their IT infrastructure. In an era of evolving IT technologies, it can be especially difficult to focus on both the main business and tech requirements. What’s more, most SMBs can’t afford to hire an IT team, though the need is clear.

Fortunately, this is where managed service providers can help. They have the ability to take on all of a business’ IT requirements, such as setting up a network and providing software installation and remote system backup.

As IT companies add new services, their MSP pricing models may change. This helps them to remain flexible and adjust offerings according to market needs.

Here’s the list of the most popular pricing models, which can give you some guidance on how to price your MSP services.

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