“We should have been setting a rigid backup schedule”, – that’s the thought that eventually comes into IT-department minds after a disaster strikes. Below we shared thoughts and advice for a small business backup schedule, that would not let such drama occur. Continue reading
Category: CloudBerry Backup
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
Bootable USB is a backup media that allows to recover image-based backups on machines with no operating system. (That technique is called bare-metal recovery.) This article provides instructions on how to create a bootable USB drive with CloudBerry Backup for Windows Server and applies to Windows Server 2008 / 2008 R2, 2012 / 2012 R2, 2016 and 2019.
In this article, you will find an overview of Windows Server 2003 backup and recovery options using either the built-in NTBackup tool (backup app for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, the forbear of Windows Server Backup) or CloudBerry Backup. Continue reading
We receive a number of questions about which backup type to choose: an incremental or a differential backup. The answer is - it depends. In this article, we will review the difference between an incremental and a differential backup and provide advice on the usage of both. Continue reading
I work at CloudBerry, but I'm also a CloudBerry user. Like many of you, I need to protect both my work and my personal files, but I have different needs for each when it comes to what I need to be able to restore. What follows are my preferred retention settings for work and personal backups. Continue reading
One of the highly anticipated features in CloudBerry Backup 5.9.4 is support for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage lifecycle policy management. At the time of this post, Microsoft is making this feature available as a public preview. Lifecycle policies allow you to automatically transition blobs to a cooler storage tier (Hot to Cool, Hot to Archive, or Cool to Archive) to optimize medium and long-term storage costs.