In this guest post from our friends at Lensrentals.com, Ryan Hill and Zach Sutton outline how to protect valuable data during the entire digital media workflow.
Backups and archives serve different functions, yet it’s common to hear the terms used interchangeably in cloud storage. It’s important to understand the difference between the two to ensure that your data is available when you need it and retained for the period of time you require.
If you’re ready to get started with B2 Cloud Storage, this post has tips and resources that will quickly get you up and running with B2.
Keeping a copy of your data in the public cloud is a great idea and enables you to comply with the 3-2-1 backup rule. By going beyond that and adopting a multi-cloud strategy, it is possible to save money and enhance redundancy and security by having data in more than one public cloud service.
Your photos are precious memories that can’t be replaced so you should make sure that no matter what happens, your photo library is safe from disaster. Here are some tips for Mac Photos users to make sure your memories are preserved.
Both VMs and containers can help get the most out of available hardware and software resources. Containers are the new kids on the block, but does that mean that VMs are passé? We take a look at the differences between VMs and containers and the best uses for both virtualization technologies.
Malware, ransomware, and other exploits are finding their way into business and government offices, often with the unwitting assistance of people who work there. These exploits could be prevented if workers maintained “security mindfulness” in their dealings with people and computer systems.
Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) devices are great for local backups and archives of data. With the latest releases of software from QNAP, you can now sync the data on your QNAP NAS to and from Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage.