Monthly Archives: April 2014

When a Microsoft Exchange disaster happens, this can stop company emails from working and a business from functioning. ShadowProtect Granular Recovery for Exchange is a fast and reliable StorageCraft  solution that allows businesses to recover or migrate:

  • Individual/bulk mailboxes
  • Folders
  • Email messages.
  • Attachments.
  • Calendar items and more.

Reducing the complexity of searching, recovery, and migrating email, Granular Recovery is an indispensable tool for administrators and for helping businesses build their business continuity plans. The Storagecraft video below explains this fast and reliable solution for data recovery and migration:

Powered by Attix5 200x51Until recently the Storage Platform was not supported on Windows Server 2012 R2 due to a Microsoft issue which caused the SP to crash.

Microsoft has recently addressed the issue and the the V7 Sailfish R2 Storage Platform is now supported on Windows Server 2012 R2, providing that the recommended update rollup 2919394 from Microsoft has been installed.

For new Windows Server 2012 R2 installations we recommend obtaining the latest Windows Server 2012 R2 ISO which includes this update rollup.

More infomation is available at the Microsoft Support website for more information.

Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security 9

Complete user protection for SMB networks & mobile devices

Protecting data from the threat of spam, phishing and social engineering attacks helps businesses to safeguard their livelihoods.  Finding solutions that offer complete protection is never an easy task. The launch of Worry-Free Business Security 9.0 from Trend Micro provides customers with this complete protection...  Read More

The Heartbleed bug is a security vulnerability in certain versions of the commonly used OpenSSL security library. It has been filed as CVE-2014-0160 in the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures database and allows an attacker to gain access to plaintext data transmitted over an encrypted SSL tunnel.  More information is available at the website.

The DataFortress team would like to confirm that the *Attix5 Pro backup software is not affected by this bug since neither the Storage Platform nor the Backup Client uses the OpenSSL library for secure communications. As an added measure of comfort, they have tested a number of public Attix5 Platforms (including WebAccess) using a reputable security firm and all of them were reported to be unaffected.

*DataFortress Cloud Backup & Recovery service (powered by Attix5)