Your hard drive crashed and you’re without the files you need for a meeting. Fortunately, you’re a Backblaze customer, so your files are safe in the cloud. Here’s how Backblaze helps you get back to work as quickly as possible.
Both file server and endpoint backup have their places in an organization’s data security plan, but their use and value differ. If you already are using file server backup, adding endpoint backup will make a valuable contribution to your organization by reducing workload, improving productivity, and increasing confidence that all critical files are backed up.
The cloud backup industry has seen its share of tumultuousness. BitCasa, Dell DataSafe, Xdrive, and a dozen others have closed up shop. Mozy, Amazon, and Microsoft offered, but later canceled, their unlimited offerings. Recently, CrashPlan for Home customers were notified that their service was being end-of-lifed. Then today we’ve heard that Carbonite is raising its backup prices.
This past November, we published a blog post entitled What’s the Best Solution for Managing Digital Photos and Videos? in which we asked our readers to tell us how they’re currently backing up their digital media assets and what their ideal system might be. Here are their responses.
If you’ve been using B2 Cloud Storage for a while, you probably think you know all that you can do with it. But do you? We’ve put together a list of blazing power tips to take you to the next level.
You probably know that B2 is Backblaze’s fast and economical general purpose cloud storage, but do you know everything that you can do with it?
If you’re a B2 newbie, here are some blazing power tips to help you get the most out of B2 Cloud Storage.
For all of our new users (and also you more experienced ones, too), we’d like to share some blazing power tips that will help you get the most out of Backblaze Backup for home and business.
David Platt thought that his computer was adequately backed up, but when his hard drive crashed, he was forced to turn to a data recovery company to get back specific files and emails he needed. When the company recovered some data — but not the files and emails he wanted — and David was charged….