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BackupAssist 10.3 Introduces WebDav Support - An Rsync Replacement?

Back in May of last year, there was a veritable buzz in the office as BackupAssist released v10, and with it their shiny new ‘Cloud Backup’ engine, designed at the time to work only with public cloud giants AWS and Azure. 878 more words


NEW: CryptoSafeGuard - Free Ransomware Protection for BackupAssist

Many ransomware strains such as WannaCry, already have the ability to remove both system restore points and your Windows backups altogether.

Rather worryingly, experts also suggest that  674 more words


CryptoSafeGuard: One-off Developer Led Webinar - Wednesday August 9th 2017

In case you missed my early heads up, the public release of CryptSafeGuard for BackupAssist is now but a few weeks away. It’s an anti-ransomware feature, it’s ever so timely and best of all, it’s free (provided you have… 186 more words


Coming Soon: CryptoSafeGuard Ransomware Protection for BackupAssist

When the Australian development team at BackupAssist let me know there would be an anti-ransomware feature available so soon after the recent high profile cryptolocker attacks, I have to admit, the timing seemed almost a little too convenient. 228 more words


Backing Up To Microsoft Azure Using BackupAssist

It’s been a couple of months since we announced the launch of BackupAssist v10 and its super efficient new cloud backup engine. The significance of the new engine is that it unlocks the possibility of using public cloud giants AWS and Azure as backup destination options… 724 more words


BackupAssist v10 Featuring Direct to Cloud Backup for Amazon and Azure

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). 1,072 more words