For healthcare organizations, compliance is a major concern when deciding what to look for in a backup solution and cloud services. In this article, we will provide an overview of HIPAA basic principles, explain why the HIPAA regulation applies to cloud backup and discuss HIPAA-related backup requirements. We will also show how to create a HIPAA-compliant backup using CloudBerry software.
With Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive now available, CloudBerry Lab is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of CloudBerry Backup, the company's major product, which now features support for Glacier Deep Archive storage. Continue reading
Today, we’re delighted to introduce a significantly updated version of CloudBerry Backup for Office 365. We have listened to your feedback and implemented the features you were asking for -- and even a few extra.
Below, we explain what’s new in the latest version of CloudBerry’s Office 365 backup solution.
CloudBerry Backup receives another major update — release 6.0 — which brings you the ability to purchase maintenance right within the app.
CloudBerry Backup supports backup and restore of Microsoft SQL Server databases. The product integrates with Microsoft SQL Server's built-in backup and restore mechanisms, provides SQL Server compression, and offers flexible scheduling, among a range of other useful options.
In this article, we’ll discuss how to restore SQL Server databases using CloudBerry’s solution. For instructions on the backup process, please refer to our article “SQL Server Database Backup.”
One of the highly anticipated features in CloudBerry Backup 5.9.4 is support for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage lifecycle management. At the time of this post, Microsoft is making this feature available as a public preview. Lifecycle policies allow you to automatically transition blobs to a cooler storage tier (Hot to Cool, Hot to Archive, or Cool to Archive) to optimize medium and long-term storage costs.
CloudBerry Backup and CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 receive a minor update that brings support for BackBlaze B2 application keys.
Multiple backup schedules are used in most backup infrastructures to make backup processes flexible and efficient. You can, for example, configure separate backup schedules for the whole server backup and just one SQL database. However, built-in Windows Server Backup does not allow this to be accomplished via its GUI. Continue reading
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.