Tag Archives: Retention

Tips from Steve: Delay Purge – What Is It and Should I Use It?

We are proud to introduce a series of blog post from one of our biggest customer, Steve Putnam. In these articles, Steve shares his experience and best practices on utilizing CloudBerry Managed Backup as a Managed Service Provider.

In this article, Steve explains how to configure a delay purge for files that are infrequently changed and avoid old versions purge after file update. Continue reading

Why Dropbox is not a good choice for backup storage

This week everybody is talking about the hacking of Dropbox, the popular online storage service that has over 200 million users and keeps anything from private photos to sensitive documents. Malefactors have stolen almost 70 million account details including email addresses and protected passwords.
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Backup Retention Policies in CloudBerry Backup

Any backup system has the following essential feature — a possibility to delete unnecessary copies automatically and thus save cloud storage space. This feature is called Retention Policy in CloudBerry Backup. This article provides detailed information about the logic of this policy operation and its useful peculiarities.
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CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS Supports Local Backup and Retention Policy

CloudBerry Backup for Mac OS comes with new outstanding enhancements that significantly extend its functionality and allow you to come up with more flexible backup strategies! You can now run local backup to keep your backup data locally on your computer or external drives and set up custom retention policies to automatically delete the outdated files.

In this post, we'll cover the following topics:

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CloudBerry Backup for Linux OS Supports Local Backup and Retention Policy

CloudBerry Backup for Linux OS comes with new outstanding enhancements that significantly extend its functionality and allow you to come up with more flexible backup strategies! You can now run local backup to keep your backup data locally on your computer or external drives and set up custom retention policies to automatically delete the outdated files.

In this post, we'll cover the following topics:

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