The BackupAssist Classic cloud backup addon historically supported 3 different backup destination types – Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and WebDAV. This would give users the option to perform file and application backups to remote cloud based destinations by simply configuring a compatible backup container. Technically this works well but can be a bit overwhelming for customer who don’t already have either a Microsoft Azure account or Amazon AWS Account and are happy to ignore 99.9% of the features those accounts provide and focus on just the creation of backup storage. WebDAV is more used for remote NAS support so is only an option for customers with suitable hardware.Continue reading
The latest version of BackupAssist Classic is now available, for detailed information about what’s new in this new version, please go here.
BackupAssist 10.5.2 is now live.
This is a maintenance release for BackupAssist.
So you are using MailStore to archive all your company email, and to manage mailbox sizes you have chosen to delete all email from users mailboxes older than 1 year. Its all working great, but then you receive a support call from one of your customers who is having issues reading an email that is only in their archive. All they get is a content unavailable error when they select the message in the archive?
BackupAssist now supports Exchange Server 2019 when using the Exchange Granular Restore add-on to drill down into backups of exchange mailbox data, at this release Exchange 2019 RTM will be supported and will be brought into line with the current cumulative update early next year.
If you are looking for an efficient way to backup files, folders or application data to remote locations the BackupAssist Cloud Backup Engine is the ideal solution. Destination choices include the ability to use any WebDAV capable device, whether that is an on line hosting service, a WebDAV server or most commonly an offsite hosted NAS device.
Utilising the cloud to store backups is a great way to add a secure offsite location to your backup strategy.
Since the introduction of GDPR and related regulations an increasing number of BackupAssist customers are looking to tighten up security on their backups especially backups using the File Archiving engine by enabling encrypted zip backups.
To help meet these requirements the BackupAssist developers have increased the privacy of encrypted File Archiving backups in BackupAssist 10.4.