BackupAssist consists of two small fixes only while the Outlook Connector release sees new official support for Outlook 2013 clients.
Just a short and simple support issue this time, but one that we have seen a couple of times now so I thought it was worth sharing.
You may recall towards the tail end of last year I posted about BackupAssist developer Cortex’s excellent series of six Rsync videos.
I know the ability to off-site your data using BackupAssist is a popular feature so I wanted to let you know that Cortex have updated the series in line with the new version 7 release and I’ve also updated my original post.
If you use BackupAssist with Rsync jobs I highly recommend you follow the guide lines in these videos to keep up with best practices.
- Off-site backup with BackupAssist and Rsync – “How-to” videos (zensoftware.co.uk)
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).
Neil’s been running some 30 minute preview webinars of version 7 over the past few weeks and has made a recording of one of them available via our Youtube channel.
In this video he steps through all of the major features, including the new management and monitoring interface, job creation screens and the “OntheGo” Web application.
Take a few minutes to sit back and be briefed on exactly why this is the best version of BackupAssist yet!
Whether you’ve already come across something similar or just want to further your technical understanding of the product, we’d highly recommend a watch when you get a moment…
Our Aussie friends over at BackupAssist developers Cortex IT have recently released a set of 5 excellent short videos showing how to configure an Rsync server from start to finish.
We also cover this setup procedure in our installation guide here, but if you are planning on setting up your own Rsync server using cwRsync, CopSSH and BackupAssist these are definitely worth a watch.