BDRSuite v5.6.0 has arrived, bringing many features and enhancements designed to make backup and disaster recovery management more efficient and user-friendly than ever before. BDRSuite is a comprehensive backup and disaster recovery software that safeguards data across various platforms, including Data Center/Private Cloud, Public Cloud, SaaS, and Endpoints. This blogRead More →

BDRSuite is a comprehensive backup and recovery solution that offers a range of features for businesses of all sizes. But how does BDRSuite compare to other backup and recovery solutions on the market? In this article, I discuss how BDRSuite compares to some popular backup and recovery solutions. BDRSuite versusRead More →

Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to a computer or files on the computer until a ransom is paid to the hacker. It can have a devastating effect on individuals, businesses, and even government agencies. Every day, companies and individuals are affected by ransomware attacks. Some examples:Read More →

Including monitoring your backup status, cleaning up old backups, and updating the software. Complementing my previous blog post, with this blog post, I elaborate on the best practices to manage BDRSuite. In addition, we will look at monitoring the backup status, cleaning up old backups, and how to update theRead More →

including determining the requirements for your environment, setting backup policies and procedures, and testing and validating them BDRSuite is a backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity solution that provides an integrated approach to protecting data and maintaining business operations during a disruption. The software helps organizations minimize the impact ofRead More →

Vembu recently released their latest update for BDRSuite, version 5.5. In this blog post, I will inform you of the latest updates! BDRSuite is Vembu’s backup & recovery tool suitable for securing data in a Data Center, private or Public Cloud, SaaS applications, or Endpoints. New features Several improvements andRead More →

All Raspberry PI devices use MAC address staring with B8:27:EB (Raspberry PI 4B uses dc:a6:32 although) so you can use the following commands to identity your Raspberry PI’s on your local network: For Windows computers : Or when you are using MacOS or Linux : Example (found 2 Raspberry PI’sRead More →

In this blog post, I describe the possibilities of backing up endpoints using BDRSuite. First of all, why would you back up endpoints? You often hear that there is no need to backup (data on) endpoints because (if all goes well) there is no data on local workstations. Most companiesRead More →