CloudBerry Backup and CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 receive a minor update that brings support for BackBlaze B2 application keys.
James is the CEO of Benchmark 365, a private label helpdesk for Managed Service Providers. James is also the owner of I Know IT, an MSP he started in Sydney, Australia in 2003.
In this episode, we discuss James’ experiences and also spend a good amount of time discussing the pricing of services.
The new version of CloudBerry Dedup Server has been released, and in this post we will cover all of the changes and new features.
Once you have used a cloud storage service, you are most likely going to be faced with its different types: block-, file- and object storage. These types determine how data is stored and used. We are going to explain in depth, one of the most commonly used storage types – object storage. Continue reading
CloudBerry Backup supports block-level backup for numerous cloud storage providers. In release 5.6 we expand the list and bring the functionality over to Backblaze B2. This article demonstrates how to take advantage of the novelty.
Backblaze announces immediate availability of the B2 Cloud Storage v1.0, secure and reliable cloud storage services that costs just $0.005 per GB/month, which is ¼ the cost of the competition.
We’re proud to announce that CloudBerry Backup v5.0 and higher is fully compatible with the new cloud storage by Backblaze. This integration opens up a gateway to small and mid-sized businesses for powerful Windows Server cloud backup to cost-effective cloud storage.
CloudBerry Backup v5.0 now supports B2 Cloud Storage v1.0 released by the Backblaze team. B2 Cloud Storage service offers its users unlimited storage for $0.005/GB per month with 10GB for free.
In this post we explain how to sign up for B2 Cloud Storage account, connect it with CloudBerry Backup and configure a backup plan.