Fresh off its acquisition by EMC, the data backup provider continues to extend its data recovery and backup services beyond Salesforce and Google Apps.
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The Austin, TX-based cloud backup service provider hopes the upgrades will assure Salesforce and Google Apps users that their SaaS data is safe in the cloud.
The platform builds on technology used for Backupify's backup and recovery services for Google Apps, Salesforce.com.
With $9 million in venture capital behind it, the service is the highest-rated backup option in the Google Apps marketplace.
Having apps auto update in the background is great, but if that results in data loss then you're about to enter a world of hurt, and your iCloud or iTunes backup is going to be of little help.
Backupify offers a backup solution targeted at users of widely used cloud applications and services.
I am a huge fan of the Zune HD and think it should have seen success at Microsoft. Unfortunately, Zune HD apps is going away today, 31 August.
Backupify has announced that its Backup for Google Apps product now supports files stored on Google Drive.
Google is quick to point out how many tablet apps are in the Google Play market, and just as quick to get its own apps released. Unfortunately they seem to crash regularly, even on ICS.
SugarSync is my favorite cloud backup, access, and sync service and today launched updated Android and iOS apps to improve the service for both platforms.
Backupify seizes the opportunity with a cloud-based backup and restore service for Google Apps, Facebook, and Twitter.
Spanning's second version of its Google Apps backup is generally available and now covers Gmail.
As cloud apps get more mature and mission critical, it's important to arrange a reliable backup. Backupify has been offering just that, and now it includes one-click restore as well.
Google launches free service called synchronous replication to the Apps suite as a way of boosting more interest of the productivity suite in large enterprise businesses.
Yesterday was a pretty big day for Palm Pre owners with the release of WebOS 1.2 as described on the Palm blog. There are a number of significant and worthy updates that make the update a must have for Pre owners. However, you may want to exercise just a bit of caution as James Kendrick over at jkOnTheRun discovered that the Palm Profile server had gone down so backup and restore was not working. The server is back up now so it should be fine to perform the update, but for those that did it before the server went down you may have found a few things that didn't come back (theme customizations for one) and none of your homebrew apps will come back. This just goes to show that syncing to the cloud isn't always a fail safe solution.
As I posted here yesterday, I jumped back to T-Mobile USA yesterday as my primary carrier with five phones on their family plan. I have been playing with an eval myTouch 3G for a couple weeks as well and along with this device came several applications that you can also now download on your T-Mobile G1. To begin fresh with T-Mobile I completely reset my G1 and started over with the latest firmware. I then went on to load up a ton of apps, but a few I wanted to discuss that are timed with the myTouch 3G release and recommended by T-Mobile are Visual Voicemail, Sherpa, My Account, Mobile Backup, and WorldTour.
Two’s a crowd on the cloud by all accounts – well it is if you want security and backup functionality out of your apps; they just don’t fit on right now. Current postulating and pontificating as to what does and does not fit on the cloud is rife - and everyone seems to have their own opinion as to how many enterprise applications we could or should be able to fit on the cloud without causing a crowd.
A look at how backup software from BrightStor, Legato, Tivoli and Veritas stack up against each other.
If you are looking for the right software to ease your backup pain, look no further.ContentsBrightStor ArcserveLegato NetworkerTivoli Storage ManagerVeritas Backup ExecSpecificationsHow we testedChecklistEditor's choiceAbout RMITDespite advances in the size and speed of tape backup hardware, in many cases the offerings just do not cut the mustard, with a major complaint being that they are still relatively slow.