We’re thrilled to announce that there’s a new version of BackupAssist available today, and with it, new features for backing up your data to the wonderfully reliable and ultra-secure data centres of cloud hosting juggernauts, Amazon and Microsoft (with more to follow).
While you’ll find enhancements to the base product too, the headliner for version 10 is undoubtedly the all-new backup engine that’s behind the new Cloud Backup features.
Brimming with potential, this new technology offers a simple, secure and efficient way to automate getting your important data off-site.
Don’t feel like reading? Check out my ‘Early Heads Up’ video from last week which also tells you everything you need to know about v10.
We’ve seen a sharp increase today in new virus variants getting through to email users due to the speed at which they’re evolving to avoid detection.
Identical messages can arrive sometimes minutes apart but already containing different variants of the virus, making it a game of cat and mouse for the security vendors to keep up.
The fake Amazon order confirmation complete with suspicious-looking ZIP file is the one we’ve heard a lot of reports about but I should stress these emails change by the minute so it’s worth just thinking twice before you click links or open anything resembling an attachment.
In the latest version of BackupAssist (7.3.1), there was a change to the activation process I’d like to make you aware of as it’s understandably catching a few customers out.
In the latest version there was a change implemented to help ensure that as a customer you’re on the ‘local’ build of the software, complete with support links that point back to our technical team here in the UK.
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.
Yes, the latest iteration of MDaemon Messaging Server is upon us! This most recent version of the popular Microsoft Exchange alternative for small businesses is only a point release – you could easily mistake it for a major update given the size of the release notes.
With a long list of features to highlight for both admins and end users I’ll waste no further time and get straight on with what I think you might find most interesting…
This may be quite a unique error but never the less I thought it was worth sharing in case someone else sees it, so if you have found this article as a result of a Google search then please leave a comment below if it helped you out.
Our colleagues over in the technical department at MailStore have been busy working on a series of spotlight videos that focus on answering the most common questions you’re likely to have.
In this first video you’ll see just how easy it is to get up and running with MailStore by archiving a single mailbox.
You may have picked up from our subtle marketing that something new is on the horizon with the next release of BackupAssist, Version 7.
Now the public Beta is here I’m excited to be able to finally tell you all about the new features, which include a completely reworked interface design.
First off, let me introduce the completely new simplified interface and layout…
Neil and I recently returned from sunny Chatham where we were kindly invited to come along and talk to attendees of the Kent SBS user group about MDaemon Messaging Server.
This is one of a number of regional groups across the UK which include Manchester, Reading Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Each consists of like-minded IT support companies and managed service providers wanting to keep their “toe-in” with market and product developments, discuss some of the challenges they face in the field, and perhaps most importantly, help keep the local Dominos in business.