An Introduction to Managing Digital Photos and Videos

By | November 30th, 2017

Whether you’re a serious amateur photographer, an Instagram fanatic, or a professional videographer, you’ve encountered the challenge of accessing, organizing, and storing your growing collection of digital photos and videos. The problems are similar for both amateur and professional — they vary chiefly in scale and cost — and the choices for addressing this challenge increase in number and complexity every day.

In this post we’ll be talking about the basics of managing digital photos and videos and trying to define the goals for a good digital asset management system (DAM).

How to Recover From Ransomware

By | November 16th, 2017

Here’s the scenario. You’re working on your computer and you notice that it seems slower. Or perhaps you can’t access document or media files that were previously available. You might be getting error messages from Windows telling you that a file is of an “Unknown file type” or “Windows can’t open this file.” If you’re….

Bringing Clean and Safe Drinking Water to Developing Countries

By | October 10th, 2017

charity: water sends workers with laptop computers to rural communities in 24 countries around the world that are in need of clean and safe drinking water, so it’s not surprising that computer backup is needed on every computer they have. It’s so essential that Matt Ward, System Administrator for charity: water, says Backblaze for Business is a standard part of employee on-boarding.

New Backblaze Security Features

By | October 3rd, 2017

Today, we are pleased to announce two new security features for Backblaze. Security is a top priority at Backblaze, and we are fully committed to, and proactively invest in, keeping our users secure. In 2015, we added additional features such as two-factor verification via SMS, which enables customers to use a mobile device to verify….