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Introducing CloudBerry Backup 2.5.1 for macOS & Linux

Introducing CloudBerry Backup 2.5.1 for macOS & Linux

Introducing CloudBerry Backup 2.5.1 for macOS & Linux

One of the most important aspects of a sensible backup strategy is keeping upload volumes under control. With each backup iteration, the same files are being repeatedly uploaded which results in more time-consuming backups. To help mitigate the issue, CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux now supports block-level backup.

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How to Back Up Network Shares on macOS & Linux

How to Back Up Network Shares on macOS & Linux

How to Back Up Network Shares on macOS & Linux

CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux is fully equipped to work with network shares when it comes to data backup. If you want to back up an entire network share, CloudBerry Backup has you covered. In this article we go a little deeper into the process of mounting and backing up network shares.
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How to Backup a Linux Server

How to Backup a Linux Server

how to backup linux server header with penguinsBacking 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.

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How to Backup Files in Linux

How to Backup Files in Linux

Backing up files in Linux may seem easy, but it is challenging to back up a Linux system in a reliable and efficient way.

That is because a typical Linux server contains many different types of files. Some are more important to back up than others, and some are easier to restore to a working state than others after the system goes down. Continue reading