Blog

Mounting an RBackup VHD File with VirtualBox RBackup can create a full disk image of a hard drive. The “image” is a file that ends in “.VHD” and is stored in the Image Backup Location as defined in the Schedule screen on the RBackup Endpoint software when the “Full Image Backup” backup set is selected […]

Read More

Plenty of companies have boasted an unlimited amount of cloud storage to customers only to come up short. Microsoft’s OneDrive unlimited storage plans were dropped recently, barely a year after the plans began, because, as it turned out, they weren’t able to provide storage for an unlimited amount of data. via Is Unlimited Cloud Storage […]

Read More

He quoted one representative help desk ticket: “Their screen shows an ‘input required’ picture floating around the screen. The keyboard doesn’t work; neither does the mouse. Please help.” Resolution: Turn the computer on. via The dumbest things people say to the IT person, catalogued – Quartz.

Read More

I’ve been questioning “unlimited storage” in Online Backup companies for years. I have always advised RBS’ Partners against offering unlimited plans. This article in Fast Company magazine is the best I’ve ever seen at arguing against unlimited plans, and explaining why they don’t work. It’s a very well done piece with a lot of historical […]

Read More

Every early stage startup has doubters, naysayers, and skeptics. These people will tell you that you can’t do it, that you shouldn’t do it, that you are wasting your time. They will tell you that your idea is stupid and that you are burning your investor’s money. via Four Billion-Dollar Startups That Were Told Their […]

Read More

We now live in a world that is more connected than ever before. The Internet touches almost all aspects of everyone’s daily life, whether we realize it or not. Recognizing the importance of cybersecurity to our nation, President Obama designated October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. National Cyber Security Awareness Month is designed to […]

Read More

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton hired a Connecticut company to back up her emails, and due to a technical glitch some may still reside on one of the firm’s “cloud” storage sites, a Republican Senate committee chairman revealed. http://www.idahostatesman.com/2015/10/06/4022541_connecticut-firm-backed-up-clintons.html?rh=1

Read More