Tim Taylor started in the IT services business 20 years ago working out of the trunk of his car. After a successful IT career, he decided that he wanted to go it alone and since that time he’s built an MSP that employs 14 people. Along the way he realized that there weren’t any good books for starting an IT business, so he wrote one. Continue reading
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Last week at the Sales and Marketing Bootcamp put on by Robin Robins I met J. David Sims in person. You may remember him from the HIPAA for MSPs webinar he did for us back in January. David introduced me to his MSP business partner, Anton Kioroglo, who agreed to be on this week’s episode. Continue reading
Amazon S3 is one of the core services offered by AWS. It is rightly marketed as “storage for the internet”. It has a wide variety of use cases, from serving static websites to hosting images, managing data lakes, and much more.
In this post, we will review the ins and outs of S3 Glacier. S3 Glacier is a special storage class of Amazon S3 that provides extremely cheap storage. Continue reading
Ross Whitmore is running his MSP up in a resort town in Michigan. While the area is small, he’s still managed to carve out a nice niche for himself in providing MSP services for local businesses including hospitality and retail. Ross has love technology his entire life and decided a few years ago to give it a try on his own. Continue reading
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
BackBlaze B2 cloud storage has launched a data import program - the BackBlaze Fireball. It helps to upload large volumes of data using a physical appliance, shipped to the customer. This is a step-by-step guide on how to set up BackBlaze B2 Fireball and synchronize data with it. Continue reading
In addition to upload resumption, image-based backup in CloudBerry Backup 6.0 gets a performance boost that reduces restore times by up to three times.
CloudBerry Backup already offers backup resumption for file-level backup which lets users continue an interrupted backup plan without having to re-upload the entire data set. In release 6.0 we extend this functionality to image-based backup.
CloudBerry Backup 6.0 brings two notable improvements to S3 backup — direct upload to Glacier and support for Amazon's latest Intelligent storage tier.
One of the new features in CloudBerry Backup 6.0 is the ability to configure an individual retention policy for each storage of a Hybrid Backup plan.
CloudBerry Backup receives another major update — release 6.0 — which brings you the ability to purchase maintenance right within the app.
For small and medium-sized businesses Network-Attached Storage (NAS) is a convenient and cost-effective storage solution. NAS devices make it easy to expand the amount of storage available to your workstations and servers while keeping the data on your own infrastructure and local network. NAS devices also usually make it easy to configure redundant storage using RAID arrays or a similar technique.