Some users may experience access issues on our mobile apps until around September 20, 2018. We are sorry for any trouble this may cause and recommend using our mobile website to view and restore files in the meantime. What’s Happening: As part of a large infrastructure project, we are working on the underlying code in….
If you’re using an Amazon S3-compatible integration, or just want to try out Backblaze B2 using your existing knowledge of S3 APIs and commands, then Minio can be a quick solution to taking advantage of the lower cost of Backblaze’s B2 cloud storage.
Backblaze continues to grow, and B2 Cloud Storage is growing rapidly right along with it. One area where B2 excels is offering simple, low-cost storage for media and entertainment companies. To help foster those relationships, we’ve brought on Skip to help steward the M&E side of B2 Cloud Storage. Lets learn a bit more about….
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.
We’re often asked why Backblaze didn’t implement S3-compatible APIs for our B2 Cloud Storage. Here are the reasons why we believe our approach has advantages over Amazon’s APIs and enables us to offer our cloud services at lower cost than our competitors.
Backblaze and most U.S. companies are incorporated in Delaware, which requires assigning a President and Secretary. As good practice, and also typically required to conduct business in other states, companies also assign a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). When we started Backblaze over a decade ago, we listed Brian Wilson (co-founder and CTO) as the CFO…..
Backblaze is growing quickly and we need good folks to help keep this well-oiled machine well oiled! The role of an office administrator is one of the most important in the company. If things start falling apart everyone feels it, and we needed a new office administrator to take over the reins after our previous….
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.