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
Nixsys is an American computer manufacturer that offers the highest quality custom-built computers and servers supporting legacy hardware and software as well as all kinds of IT support for small and mid-size businesses. This includes backup and disaster recovery, network & mobile device management, IT consulting and security services. Continue reading
Based in Perth, Australia, Suredata Pty Ltd is an IT firm whose mission is to provide all businesses enterprise-grade online, offsite backup solutions. The company partners well with local government authorities to deliver a service of value to the businesses in that sector and with IT resellers who on-sell their service. Continue reading
Besides backup, any IT division should have a disaster recovery plan. You will find a few tips below relating to the development of such a plan and to what issues one should pay special attention in the course of backup planning. Continue reading
Microsky Managed Services Inc. provides over 275 New York and New Jersey-based home offices and small and medium-sized businesses with professional IT services.
We spoke to Microsky’s Team Lead, Dominic Martelle. Continue reading
This article could be interesting for those who use SharePoint and are looking for a cloud-based backup and disaster recovery solution.
Before implementing any backup strategy, general understanding of source data or service is necessary. Simply stated, we need to know how does the system we are trying to protect works and what particular files or objects must be saved.
“How can I protect the data from ransomware-related encryption?” — is a common present-day's question, since Ransomware became a widely spread virus family that blocks access to your files in exchange for a ransom.
Today we are going to reveal a backup-related solution to protect your data from cryptolocking and ransomware.
Every app and data sometimes get corrupted, serious disasters are also possible (thankfully, much more rarely). While you read our blog, you probably do backups to protect the business in such cases. But since backup scenarios are different, there are significant differences in restoration. Let’s discuss possible ways to restore the data access using cloud systems and summarize their pros and cons.
Disaster Recovery is all about protecting data from loss and providing business continuity. Traditional backup-and-restore approach assumes the data to be uploaded off-site and downloaded back during the recovery when the infrastructure is reconstructed. “Physical to Virtual” is a disaster recovery scenario that allows to quickly roll out a copy of your current environment in the cloud.
From this article you will learn how to implement a P2V disaster recovery scenario by using Amazon EC2, Amazon Machine Image (AMI) and CloudBerry Backup to speed up the process.