Information is the lifeblood of any organization, particularly when it is used to create valuable business insights or provide a competitive advantage. It is therefore essential that data – in whatever form it takes – is stored securely, but is also instantly accessible when needed. Continue reading
CloudBerry Backup has been updated with support for file- and disk-level backup for VMware ESXi virtual machines.
ITAR is a set of rules that regulates your data management when your company deals with US military organizations. In this article, we are going to cover what ITAR compliance means, why you need ITAR-compliant cloud storage, and when it may be necessary for your company’s operations. Continue reading
A cybercriminal could be just one email away from gaining complete access to your data. One phishing email can bypass most of your cybersecurity protocols and take over your networks, stealing all your most valuable data.
Cybercriminals have numerous tricks to convince potential email readers to open an attachment, click a link, or provide confidential information. From creating spam websites to uploading a harmful virus into your systems through emails, their tactics are constantly evolving, and it has become more difficult to counter these kinds of attacks with standard cybersecurity protocols. Continue reading
Microsoft OneDrive for Business is an online storage solution, with licenses starting at $5 per month. It makes sharing and collaborating on business files easy, with access available from all devices, powerful search tools, and advanced security features for maximum data protection.
Ever since Microsoft shifted its primary attention from on-premise Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other business solutions, it’s done a great job in moving all these apps to the cloud. Office 365 provides its users with the familiar convenient interface and ensures the security of their data no matter what.
But although Office 365 guarantees 100% uptime, it still can’t protect you from data loss. The built-in Office 365 backup options are quite limited and can only give you basic protection. Continue reading
If you store data in the cloud, it can be easy to assume that the data will never disappear. In reality, however, one of the disadvantages of cloud storage is that cloud storage sometimes fails in ways that you can’t control.
That’s why it’s crucial to perform cloud data backups, even if your data is “cloud-native”. Continue reading
We are going to overview the concept of deduplication and review its approaches available on the market. You will also learn about backup deduplication specifics and efficiency. Continue reading
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
The IT world doesn’t stand still — Change is a given. Among tech’s endless metamorphoses, with every new innovation and approach, challenges arise — particularly, for those managing IT infrastructure, such as managed service providers. Continue reading