You can never know when a disaster will occur to your cloud infrastructure. You can, however, prepare a cloud disaster recovery plan that enables you to restore operations quickly whenever disaster does strike your cloud. This article explains how. Continue reading
Tag: Cloud backup
If you store data in the cloud, it can be easy to assume that the data will never disappear. In reality, however, one of the disadvantages of cloud storage is that cloud storage sometimes fails in ways that you can’t control.
That’s why it’s crucial to perform cloud data backups, even if your data is “cloud-native”. Continue reading
Windows data backup strategies are usually based on two practices: backing up to external hard drives or cloud backups. Should you use both backup techniques for Windows backup and restore at the same time, or just one? If one, which is the better approach? This article explains. Continue reading
Backing up Linux servers is crucial if you want to be protected against unexpected failures or data loss. However, the approach you take to Linux server backups will vary depending on which kind of Linux server you have and what it is used for.
This article identifies the types of files that you would typically back up in different Linux server use cases. Continue reading
Mac users typically have a basic backup structure using a good, native tool called “Time Machine”. But there are a few thoughts on how to backup Mac that we want you to consider in order to make your backups more efficient and available anytime, anywhere for both personal or business needs. Continue reading
A simple file backup does a good job of protecting crucial data. However, should your hard drive crash or your operating system become hopelessly corrupt, then you will be left confused, trying to figure out the way out. This is where cloning and image backup come in. Some people assume that these two terms mean the same thing, but that is fundamentally wrong.
Though they both give you a full copy of your data and operating system, you should understand what each technique involves and how it is different from the other, so that you can make an informed choice.
So when do you need what? Continue reading
The 3-2-1 Backup strategy is an approach to increase a company’s crucial data resilience in case of any disaster. The key is keeping several backup copies of data, spread across separate storage sites. This strategy helps to cover organizational needs, such as keeping crucial data safe in compliance with applied government regulations.
In this article, we are going to review the key points of the “3-2-1” backup strategy and how CloudBerry Backup can simplify its implementation.
The vast majority of IT businesses worldwide have already migrated to the cloud. However, the real business goal is not to do the same what everyone does, but to increase the efficiency of corporate IT system. In this article, we will take a closer look at advantages of the cloud migration as well as some pitfalls to take into account. Continue reading
Cloud storage prices are going down, so they attract a growing number of small and medium businesses. Unfortunately, business data volume rarely fits the average Internet speed. IT professionals have to develop strategies which balance RTO & RPO expectations with the bandwidth capacity. This article provides an overview of main Internet speed challenges and reveals backup best practices from CloudBerry Lab:
- RTO and RPO: Business Recovery Challenges
- Backup Strategy Planning
- Bandwidth Utilization Improvements
- Cloud Backup Models
- Application-Related Backup Best Practices