As you may know, Apple is about to release its next version of macOS — Mojave — on Monday. CloudBerry Backup for macOS has consequently been updated to fully support the latest macOS.
If you’re an avid user of macOS or iOS, it’s safe to bet that some of your workflows revolve around iCloud. Whether it’s some Xcode project or a Keynote presentation, it’s likely that some, if not most, of your data resides in iCloud. The significance of this data could not be overstated and thus it makes sense to consider some sort of backup for it to ensure that you’re not caught off guard if something disastrous happens at Apple’s data centers.
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.
CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux now supports Amazon's latest release of their Linux distribution — Amazon Linux 2.
Learn how to switch from the freeware license to a trial one in CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux.
CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux receives another major update that brings enhanced scheduling, retention policy as well as the ability to backup and restore plans.
CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux is receving another minor update that fixes a couple of bugs related to Oracle Cloud. Read on to learn more about release 2.4.3.
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.
One of the most annoying types of virus types nowadays is Ransomware – malicious software that locks files or a computer until its owner pays a ransom for decryption. Windows users do a lot of things to protect their files, but how about for Macs? Should Mac users be worried about such virus types? In this article, we are going to reveal the answer. Continue reading