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
Join our free joint webinar where Doug Hazelman from CloudBerry and Jim Donovan from Wasabi Technologies will discuss storage and backup solutions, aimed towards Managed Services Providers. Continue reading
CloudBerry Drive has been updated with support for the recently added Amazon S3 region.
Dropbox is the best-known cloud storage provider and the first name that comes to most people's minds when searching for a cloud-based storage solution for business.
Yet there are disadvantages to using Dropbox for Business, such as Dropbox's storage limits and its cost.
Fortunately, the cloud storage market is crowded, and there are many Dropbox alternatives for business. This article discusses several other tools for cloud-based file storage and collaboration. 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.
With more than 12,000 attendees, AWS Summit in London 2018 was the biggest EU AWS event they ever held. Here's a short recap of the conference from CloudBerry Lab point of view. Continue reading
CloudBerry solutions for Mac cloud backup and Linux cloud backup have been updated with support for Amazon's latest S3 region and compatibility with the latest Ubuntu release. Continue reading
Microsoft Azure and Rackspace are both major cloud computing providers with an international presence.
What are the key differences between Azure and Rackspace? How does Rackspace pricing compare to Azure pricing? Which features does the Rackspace cloud offer that are not available from Azure, and vice versa?
This article answers those questions through a comparison of Azure and Rackspace. Continue reading
CloudBerry Explorer, Amazon S3 browser for Windows, has been updated with support for Amazon’s new Osaka-Local region and their new storage class — One Zone-Infrequent Access.
Updated on 4/05/2018
For different usage scenarios, Amazon Web Services offers different storage classes. This allows to reduce the storage costs for data which is rarely used, and doesn’t require instant access. All the classes have a high level of reliability and support SSL data encryption during transmission, but differ by their cost. This article will outline where and which class is recommended for use, and what the difference between Amazon S3 storage classes is.