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Apple’s new ARM-based M1 processor, which ships with the company’s latest generation of Macbooks, will have almost certainly caught the attention of Microsoft. As we target the Windows platform and closely follow hardware trends, it certainly caught ours. ...

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Posted at Nov 19 2020, 12:00h in ARM Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: ARM, microsoft, Apple-Silicon

Do you know the most important step in the entire back up process? Recovery. After all, what’s the point of running a backup on a regular basis if you’re unable to restore your data? ...

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Posted at Oct 19 2020, 12:00h in backup Erin Osborne, Marketing

Categories: backup, best-practice-advice, data-backup, data-recovery, data-security

Over the last few weeks, we have been working on replacing use of the Windows task scheduler (WTS). The release of Reflect 7.3 is the culmination of this work. ...

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Posted at Oct 14 2020, 12:00h in backup Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: backup, backup-software, windows, Windows-Task-Scheduler

Here at Macrium we’ve been working hard on improving our Site Manager platform. Over the last couple of months we’ve made some exciting changes, but last week we made what we think could be one of the most significant updates since Site Manager was first launched: ransomware protection for repositories that are hosted directly on the Site Manager server. ...

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Posted at Oct 12 2020, 12:00h in central-management Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: central-management, ransomware-protection, site-manager

There are many challenges that are part and parcel of being an MSP: managing customers with very different needs and demands, dealing with complex and untidy infrastructures and legacy systems, and, of course, the battle to win new business. ...

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