Did you know March 31st is World Backup Day?
Alright, I had never heard of it either, but figured it's as good a time as any to remind you that in addition to spring cleaning of HDD and SSD clutter, you may want to first take a moment to back up your system, or make sure your existing backups are valid!
Looking for simple backup software to get all your VMware VMs backed up automatically, affordably, or possibly even for free? Includes de-duplication and compression, and available as a simple appliance you download and configure in minutes. See:
- NAKIVO Backup & Replication 6.0 VMware appliance is an easy choice for VM backups, can be installed directly on a Western Digital or Synology NAS!
PCs and/or VMs
Looking for simple backup software to get all your PCs and/or VMs backed up automatically, for free, by a reputable enterprise backup company? This slick UI even includes built-in service requests, which are also handled for free. See:
Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE 1.5 released with email notifications and enhanced CryptoLocker protection
- Superguide: Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE
PCs and VMs in one repository
If you want to keep all your backups in one repository that can be replicated offsite, then your research should include:
- Free NFR of Veeam Availability Suite v9 with Backup & Replication for VCPs, vExperts, and many other certified professionals
World Backup Day Pledge
The World Backup Day website is rather simple, encouraging you to publicly pledge:
See also at TinkerTry
- Your SSD drive will need >27GB free space on C: to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8, here's some clean-up tips