Debunking a Misleading Comparison: CloudBacko vs CloudBerry Backup

Screenshot-2017-12-13 Compare Cloudbacko with CloudBerry Backup

CloudBerry Lab, a company which provides cloud-based backup and file management services to SMBs, has recently published a comparison between its CloudBerry Backup products with CloudBacko Home on their website. Through comparing the products feature-by-feature, they conclude that CloudBerry Backup is superior over CloudBacko Home. While it may not be easy for the neutrals to judge the credibility of the facts, in this article we will debunk three faulty claims in the comparison. Continue reading

Backup Technologies – How Far Have We Come?

backup technologies - how far have we come?

Once considered stale and stagnant, essence of a practice that is meant to be disruptive by nature – backup technology has undergone a renaissance over the last few years. These developments have been so dramatic and rapid, that the newly integrated features even provide business value, disaster or no disaster. Continue reading

An Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Online


Answer, hand on heart:

How many times have you tried searching the term Microsoft Exchange Online or asked your business peers about it, still to be left wondering in the end what it actually is?

Do you want all your questions to be conveniently answered in plain and simple English?

Then read on… Continue reading

A Myth Sized Hole: Busting 4 Common Myths About Cloud Backup


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

The Importance of Backing Up Office 365


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 Future Trends in Backup and Disaster Recovery


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

Backing Up the Virtual Environment – What You Should Know


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