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CloudBerry Backup for Office 365 Updates: Point-in-Time Restores and More

CloudBerry Backup for Office 365 Updates: Point-in-Time Restores and More

Today, we’re delighted to introduce a significantly updated version of CloudBerry Backup for Office 365. We have listened to your feedback and implemented the features you were asking for -- and even a few extra.

Below, we explain what’s new in the latest version of CloudBerry’s Office 365 backup solution.

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CloudBerry at IT Sales And Marketing Boot Camp 2019

CloudBerry at IT Sales And Marketing Boot Camp 2019

Today, March 5, 2019, is the first day of the 12th Annual IT Sales And Marketing Boot Camp by Robin Robins in Nashville, TN.

CloudBerry team participates in this great IT event and is represented by Brian Helwig (CEO), Doug Hazelman (Technical Marketing, VP), and David Gugick (Product Management, VP). Continue reading

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CloudBerry Attends the ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country

CloudBerry Attends the ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country

This week, David Gugick and Doug Hazelman are representing CloudBerry Lab at ASCII event.

On February 20-21, IT service providers and dozens of vendors gathered at ASCII Success Summit in Orange Country to discuss the main MSP industry news and trends, investigate new recurring revenue opportunities, explore new partnerships and meet vendors. Continue reading

Backing Up SQL Server Databases to Amazon S3

Backing Up SQL Server Databases to Amazon S3

If you run Microsoft SQL Server, you may wish to back up your databases to a cloud like Amazon Web Services (AWS). Doing so not only provides you with a virtually infinite amount of backup storage space in the cloud, but it can also make recovery easy in cases where you decide to restore your database using a cloud-based server.

In this article, we explain the main options available to you for backing up SQL Server databases to AWS. In particular, we’ll discuss backing up your data manually from a SQL Server database into S3, backing up data to AWS RDS and, finally, how to perform an image-based backup with the help of CloudBerry Backup.
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