Selecting backup software is an important decision. You need to compare your data protection needs against the features provided, and make a careful evaluation of what backup solution provides the best value.
In this post we explore some of the key requirements, and how both Acronis and BackupAssist support them.
Which backup software is best for your business? It’s a question that leads to many more.
What can the software back up? What restore options does it have? Can it perform a system recovery? What is the support like? How much does it cost?
In this post I look at the features required for a comprehensive backup solution, and compare Symantec Backup Exec and BackupAssist’s support for those features.
Are you an IT support company? Currently managing more than two BackupAssist customer installations?
We’d love your help in making this much-requested new feature the best it can possibly can be…
Just a quick one to let you know I’ve just added a video with the shortest possible explanation I can manage of why BackupAssist should be of interest if you’re a small business (or work with one).
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A couple of minor updates for you this morning – there are new versions available of both BackupAssist and Outlook Connector on our site now.
BackupAssist consists of two small fixes only while the Outlook Connector release sees new official support for Outlook 2013 clients.
A couple of minor updates for you this morning – there are new versions available of both BackupAssist and SecurityGateway on our site now.
BackupAssist consists of fixes only while the SecurityGateway release sees a new licencing authentication system implemented and the withdrawal of support for Windows XP (versions prior to SP2 ) and Server 2003 (versions prior to SP1).