Data Recovery

Acronis Backup & Recovery 2012 has Some Serious Issues

Acronis has some issues that need to be addressed; bva has been a serious fan of this product, but in older versions that were rock-solid.  I would have to tell you that we are very disappointed with version 20...

Reliable Back Up and Setting Correct Expectations

Over the last five years I have seen a more passive approach to back up and disaster recovery.  Organizations are letting their data reliability take a back seat to system up-time and performance which is start...

Desktop Imaging – Good or Bad

bva gets many inquires about how should organizations back up local desktops.  Of course as technical professionals, bva recommends having nothing on the desktop with regards to important data.  But never the l...

VMware vSphere 5 is Really Impressive Technically

BVA really likes vShere and have a lot of confidence in the product and offering.  On July 12 VMware launched vSphere 5, a cloud computing infrastructure suite that essentially is a one-stop virtualization shop...

bva’s Recommended SAN for Virtualization

BVA has been performing many virtual implementations in recent months and over the course of 10 years we have been involved with many different types of SANs on the market.  Shared storage for the small to medi...

March 31st is World Backup Day

Today is the day to focus on your backup strategy.  Whether it’s your precious memories or entertainment media at home, or your business critical data at work, make sure you have a reliable backup plan. L...

Mozy Ends Unlimited Home Backups

Using MozyHome Service? Well you may not all be aware, but your unlimited storage is how can I say it, no longer unlimited. Mozy has decided that in its best interest, that it would no longer allow the unlimite...