Cloud services providers roll out updates frequently these days. This release of CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux brings it up to date, along with improving its performance and UX. Continue reading
This is the third in a series of articles on setting up backups. The first was on backing up local infrastructure. The second was on setting up backups when a company’s applications and data are all in the cloud. This article addresses the third scenario: when a company has some data in the cloud and some local. This might be a scenario where the basic productivity apps like the office suite are hosted locally, and specialized apps like payroll or enterprise resource planning (ERP) apps are in the cloud. Continue reading
This article is the second in a series, (The first is here). It covers organizations that have no in-house IT infrastructure; they have PCs, or ChromeBoxes, or other terminals, but they’re only used to access apps via the browser. It might be MS Office 365, Google Apps, another cloud office suite, or other Cloud apps as well, such as sales force automation, customer relationship management, accounting software or enterprise resource planning. Continue reading
If you’re new to the game, ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts anything from specific files up to, and including, entire systems – holding them for ransom (usually paid in Bitcoin). Continue reading
The ideal backup strategy hinges on planning. Files should be maintained more often, without relying only on full system images, and conﬁgurations should be maintained more frequently as part of cloud recovery—because every minute of downtime means money lost. Continue reading
Matthew Opyd got started in break/fix on his own when he was 16 years old and then went to work for an MSP when he was 19. Now several years later, he’s the service manager overseeing over 30 techs and the project team. Continue reading
In this webinar, Kumail Hussain, Senior Program Manager at Azure Archive Storage, Microsoft and David Gugick, VP Product Management at CloudBerry Lab discuss Azure storage peculiarities, specifically the Azure Archive storage class that is designed for cold storage of long term data that can handle several hours of retrieval. Continue reading
IQ Interactive provides solutions for digital signage and point-of-sale. Rather than managing a customer’s IT infrastructure, they manage digital signs (equipment) and they also have a content management system that they’ve developed. Omer started off in IT pretty young and worked for a few companies before starting IQ Interactive. They also partner with other “traditional” MSPs who provide the IT stack while IQ Interactive handles the digital signage. Continue reading
Q1: Can I back up only changed files?
A: Yes, we support incremental backup by default, i.e. only new and modified files will be uploaded after the initial backup.
You can also use Block level backup for files that consist of blocks (e.g. Outlook pst-files). Continue reading