Been thinking about adding an offsite element to your current backup strategy? Already back up offsite using BackupAssist’s Rsync add-on?
Get involved as a beta tester for BackupAssist version 10 today and not only will you get an early peek at some great new file and application cloud backup features, but you’ll be playing an important role in helping us make the final release as polished as it can be.
In the first major release since the company’s acquisition by backup giant Carbonite, MailStore’s development team today bring us the most secure version we’ve seen to date of their popular archiving software.
Against a backdrop of increased Internet crime and social engineering threats, we see the German development team really zero in on security enhancements in this latest release – while continuing to make life easier for administrators.
I’m pretty sold on the fact that for a small business in particular, a backup product needs to be simple to get going with, low maintenance, and on the rare occasion you need support, that there’s somebody on the end of the phone to help you quickly.
Yes, you guessed it – I, from my completely unbiased position, think BackupAssist is a better product for a small company than BackupExec so I’m offering you another good reason to think about moving across.
Starting today, if you make the switch to BackupAssist from Symantec BackupExec 2010 or later, for a limited time, when you buy the core BackupAssist application with 2 year’s upgrade protection, we’ll give you the second year completely free! .
Upgrade Protection entitles you to all new versions, lets you link your software to the Multisite Manager if you wish, and of course provides our top-notch phone, email and remote support, completely free!
It’s inconvenient, it undoubtedly costs your business money and it has the potential to cause you headaches of epic proportions.
Perhaps that’s not the greatest sales strap line you’ve ever read?
Well, that’s because I’m not referring to MDaemon, in this case, I’m talking about your friend and mine, spam email.
You know, that particularly enjoyable type where seemingly innocuous messages from colleagues/ suppliers/ customers, turn out to be from one of those aspiring Mr. Robot types hell-bent on crypto’ing the life out of your data.
In 16.5 there’s less chance of that happening as one of the new features of interest is the simple, but effective ‘From Header Protection/ Modification’.
That’s not all – there’s auto-updating, centralised Outlook Connector settings, an XMPP server (yes, I had to Google it too) and some improvements to Worldclient you’ve been asking for.
Here are my highlights – as usual, you can find the exhaustive version available in the MDaemon Release Notes.
Would you find it useful to be able to see the entries in a colleague’s calendar? Perhaps a few of you share a meeting room and you’d like the ability to manage bookings? Maybe you just need an out-of-office responder you can set from Outlook?
Today sees a new point release of Outlook Connector, a highly recommended add-on for MDaemon Messaging Server. It’s the part that provides all of the above, plus lots more ‘Exchange-like’ functionality to help you work more efficiently by collaborating better with your colleagues.
Whether it’s mildly irritating offers for cut-price blue pills, or something altogether more sinister such as holding your company files ransom, today’s cyber-criminals are using increasingly sophisticated and varied techniques to target your business by email.
Today saw the latest major release of SecurityGateway, a software firewall that sits between your Exchange, MDaemon, Kerio or Smartermail server, and your router, protecting your organisation from spam, viruses, spoofing, phishing and more.
In this post, we take a whistle-stop tour of the new features.
It’s inevitable. At some point, if you’ve got BackupAssist managing a pool of multiple drives or cartridges, the person responsible will forget to change them.
One of the nice things about BackupAssist is that it’ll automatically email the individual and tell them they’re single-handedly responsible for putting the entire company at risk and that they’re basically a bad person.