• Carbonite Server Backup Quick Start Guide

    by Megan Wittenberger | Sep 10, 2014
    It’s here and it’s hot…hot off the press and sizzling with helpful instructions, tips and tricks…it’s the Carbonite Server Backup Quick Start Guide. Packed with screen shots and links to numerous supplemental resources on the Web, the Quick Start Guide provides the information you need to install, configure and run your software as a first-time user.
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  • Using NAS or SAN? Even more reason to choose the right backup solution!

    by Megan Wittenberger | Sep 05, 2014
    Technological advances and market maturity have made Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) technologies increasingly accessible to small businesses. According to technology research firm IDC, the number of small businesses planning to invest in these shared storage technologies nearly doubled between 2012 and 2014, with companies pursuing NAS growing from 7.8% to 14.9%, and those pursuing SAN growing from 8.9% to 17.9%. Shared storage vendors actively courting small businesses include Synology, Buffalo Technology, Netgear, and QNAP Systems, as well as many established large enterprise players.
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  • Back Up As You Retain: Automating Retention Policy Enforcement with Carbonite

    by Megan Wittenberger | Aug 27, 2014
    For many small businesses, retention policies are de rigueur. What is a retention policy? Essentially, a framework for the systematic review, retention, and destruction of information received or created in the course of business. Retention policies can be vital for small businesses operating within certain regulatory regimes. If you’re in the healthcare, stock brokerage, or financial services industries. Companies in these and other sectors are bound by law to handle and retain certain categories of data for specified periods of time.
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  • Full, Differential, or Incremental: Which Backup Technique Best Serves Your Business?

    by Megan Wittenberger | Aug 13, 2014
    One of the first questions business owners face when formulating a backup plan is, “Which backup technique - Incremental, Differential, or Full – most effectively protects my data? Check out our detailed article to figure out which one is right for your business.
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  • Report: Growing Storage Demands Necessitate Cloud Backup

    by Megan Wittenberger | Apr 22, 2014
    Results of a recent research report from Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA) reveals that cloud-based storage is expected to be a $13 billion global market within the next four years. The GIA report, titled, “Cloud Based Storage: A Global Strategic Business Report,” which identifies Carbonite as a “major player” in the space, predicts that the United States will represent the largest share of the market for cloud storage for business, however the Asia-Pacific market is expected to have the most rapid growth during this time.
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  • Building for a Cloudy Day: Preparing for Disaster Recovery

    by Megan Wittenberger | Apr 17, 2014
    You can never know what kind of year we’ll have in terms of natural disasters. This year could witness fewer disasters like last year, or it could hold far more like the 357 disasters recorded in 2012. This is why businesses need to make preparations for disasters before they happen.
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  • Backing up the Mobile Workforce

    by Megan Wittenberger | Apr 15, 2014
    One of the biggest technology challenges facing businesses today is how to deal with mobility and remote access. Mobile devices, whether company issued or provided by the employees themselves – otherwise known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – need to be considered when implementing business data backup.
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  • Calling Out Around the World: IT'S BACKUP DAY!!!

    by Megan Wittenberger | Mar 31, 2014
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  • 6 Common Questions About Locating And Backing Up Your Data

    by Sara Harold | Mar 21, 2014
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  • 3 Tips To Cross-Train Employees And Improve Productivity

    by Sara Harold | Mar 21, 2014
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