Direct Upload to Glacier or Amazon S3 Lifecycle Rules?

  

There are a number of storage classes for every need and budget in Amazon Web Services cloud storage. The cheapest method to store the backup for a long time is Amazon Glacier. However, there are two different ways to upload files to that storage: direct and using the lifecycle policy. In this article we will demonstrate why the lifecycle policy method is more practical.  
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TOP 5 Antivirus Solutions for Managed Service Providers

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Secure information infrastructure is a crucial component for the success of modern business. Previously, we have considered general ways of protecting against ransomware and how to proactively defend data with backups.

However, there is more obvious way of protection.

In this article, we consider offers for Managed Service Provider (MSP) from antivirus companies and discuss most valuable criteria in choosing complex anti-virus solution. Continue reading

CloudBerry Lab at Microsoft Inspire in Washington, D.C.

One of the biggest Microsoft events of the year takes place right now in Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. CloudBerry Lab Team went to Microsoft Inspire 2017 to proudly present our newest backup and disaster recovery technology built for Microsoft Azure Cloud.  Continue reading

Introducing CloudBerry Backup for NAS 2.0

It's been quite some time since the last release of CloudBerry Backup for QNAP and Synology. Today we bring you the major new and possibly last version of our NAS backup product — release 2.0. A handful of new features have been added to keep the app on a par with its macOS & Linux counterparts.
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Motiva Networks: 4 Hours to Recover Servers as Amazon EC2 Instances

Motiva Networks, an NYC IT Support and Managed Services Provider, serves 3 000 desktops and consumes 20 TB of storage. A year ago, when the company started to look for a backup and disaster recovery solution, it had certain criteria - the ability to use Amazon. And today the company has successful experience with “Restore to Amazon EC2" feature in CloudBerry Backup. Continue reading

CloudBerry Lab at Amazon Web Services Summit in Tokyo

Each year Amazon Web Services holds a number of events to bring together everyone interested in its services and platforms. Numerous IT professionals across different industries come to AWS Summits to share their experience with users and clients to ensure profound technical knowledge of AWS platforms inside the community. CloudBerry Lab was proud to participate in AWS Summit Japan that took place in Tokyo at the end of May 2017.

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CloudBerry Lab at the Service Desk & IT Support Show in London

In early June 2017, CloudBerry Lab went to Service Desk & IT Support Show in London. This is the leading event in the UK for IT Support and Service Management professionals. The event was held on 7-8 June at London's Olympia.

Our team went to SITS to present CloudBerry Backup and, as usual, share experience with other IT-professionals from the industry. Continue reading

Introducing CloudBerry Backup 2.0.2 for macOS & Linux

Here at CloudBerry Lab we always strive to stay up-to-date with the industry's latest developments. With that in mind, we've decided to bring the support for Wasabi cloud storage across our product line-up. If you've been following our blog lately, you know that it's already supported in CloudBerry Backup, Explorer, and Drive. Today we conclude the implementation of the novelty by bringing it to CloudBerry Backup 2.0.2 for macOS & Linux.
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4 Ways to Protect Against Ransomware with Backups

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In our last article, we described the recent situation with many organizations were hit by the WannaCry strain of ransomware – and the possible ways of retaliation. In some cases, organizations simply chose to pay the ransom of $300 – a mere pittance compared to the value of lost data. But WannaCry was not ransomware targeting businesses; instead, it was focused on impacting individuals. Thus, the extremely low ransom.  In many ways, organizations hit by WannaCry were lucky.

But the next ransomware variant may not be so nice.

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