CloudBacko Version 3.3 is released now! This version now supports Exchange Server 2016 mail level backup with flexible deployment options, scheduling and better cost and resource effectiveness.
Learn more about this new feature at: https://cloudbacko.com/en/microsoft-exchange-server-backup.jsp
Download FREE trial now at: https://www.cloudbacko.com/download/
For details of this version, read the Release Notes at: https://www.cloudbacko.com/en/modals-doc.jsp
What is Exchange Server?
Simply put, Exchange Server is a software designed by Microsoft that enables you to send and receive emails and establish other forms of interactive communication through computer networking systems.
It is designed to run on Windows operated server systems, providing interoperability with software client applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express etc. Continue reading
In a world where cloud based solutions are the new raining clouds for businesses, discussions surrounding the technology and everything related to it have become a norm.
Many of these discussions are characterized by misconceptions and confusions, particularly those related to the subject of cloud backup.
It appears as if there is a myth sized hole in the “apparent” facts, rendering the entire discussion void. Continue reading
Ever since Microsoft redesigned its exclusive Office application suite with the integrated cloud based functionality—available as Office 365—document management, accessibility, and streamlining business workflows has become easy and convenient.
That being said, the deployment of the solution comes with a catch. Continue reading
Some time, in the early ages of human evolution, it were the libraries that were used to store records in large wooden shelves.
Then came gigantic mainframes and stored punched cards, tracing the ruthless history of World War II.
With the advent of internet, the then new cool, warehouses with endless rack of servers were then constructed. This was the age of on-site data storage.
The concept of virtualization then took over, and where it is still very much into mainstream, how long before we declare it as insufficient and unaccommodating too? Continue reading
The worldwide server virtualization market has experienced tremendous growth in past several years, with the trend now edging towards maturity. The factors that have spurred the increased adoption of the technology are well documented, some of which include maintenance, cost, centralized accessibility, etc.
However, where a virtual environment improves almost every aspect of a business’s IT operations, backup and restoration continues to make its deployment difficult and debatable in some quarters. Continue reading
Every day, 5.194 million data records are either lost or stolen in an event of an IT disaster (manmade or natural). Examining the problem on a granular level: 0.2 million data records are compromised every hour, 3,607 data records per minute and 60 data records every second.
As such, protecting data against corruption, loss or breach, has become one of the top priorities for the business community. Continue reading
The importance of maintaining a secure backup for the sensitive data of your organization cannot be denied. If you are using a SQL Server database, there are several backup options that you can avail to safely store your office data on a cloud repository. Continue reading
Most organizations choose to back up their Office 365 files to deal with potential data loss issues. Important documents and files can easily be lost due to malicious attacks or accidental file deletions by employees.
In order to ensure that the availability of your data is not disrupted, a complete backup of your Office 365 data is required. Continue reading