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Summer 2018 Release

Summer 2018 Release Part 2 – Infrascale DR v6.15

Part 2 of our summer release schedule is days away! Meet IDR v6.15. IDR v6.15 boasts quality of life improvements and key fixes. This release removes many common procedures by adding in some automation and/or shorter workflow options. We’ve estimated a reduction of roughly 20 steps across multiple, recurring scenarios, which could easily be

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Windows Xp

As of April 1st, 2019, Infrascale Cloud Backup will no longer support backup of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 endpoints

As of April 1st, 2019, Infrascale Cloud Backup will no longer support backup of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 endpoints, regardless of installed version of the application. For other versions of Windows, latest updates are recommended to be installed. Additionally, as of April 1st, 2019, Infrascale Cloud Backup will no longer support outdated

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Summer 2018 Release

Summer 2018 Release – Infrascale DR v6.14

Infrascale Disaster Recovery (IDR) version 6.14 is our big summer release, and has much to offer our customers and partners in terms of improved quality-of-life changes, security features, performance improvements and bug fixes. We’d like to start by thanking all our partners, especially those that worked with us to find solid and timely solutions

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ITRA

We put the A in ITRA

You are going to be hearing a lot about ITRA in the near future. It is a term that industry pundits devised to denote the next evolution of DRaaS. This is a new acronym that literally means Information Technology Resilience Assurance. According to the Oxford dictionary, Assurance means “a positive declaration intended to give

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Disaster Recovery Planning

2018 Proper Disaster Recovery Planning

The backup and disaster recovery industry has seen plenty of changes over the years, but with these changes has also come increased cost and complexity to most BDR environments. If you’re wondering why disaster recovery is so expensive and complex, you aren’t the only one. Most of us are left crossing our fingers and

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