Learn more about common cloud backup myths and get the facts straight. In this article we examine extra 5 myths about online backup.
Let’s start from the beginning. Missed the first post about cloud backup myths? You can read it here.Read more
While cloud computing (and cloud backup) still induces mixed feelings among entrepreneurs, companies are more eager to transfer their data to the cloud. According to Xopero Software research, 58,3% of entrepreneurs find it secure while still 41,7% of them, do not trust in the cloud.Read more
IT is one of the fastest growing industries – that’s why we don’t slow down and present you our brand new client panel (well-known as web application). Are you curious about what we have changed for you? Here’s a short sneak peek…
The new version of our local backup solutions – Xopero 3.9.7. is now available to download on our website. It brings 9x faster incremental HDD image backup than a year ago and new backup templates. What more? Just check out!Read more
We just released an update for our two local backup solutions – Xopero Backup&Restore and Xopero QNAP Appliance. Recent months show that our company strongly focused on the disaster recovery technology development. The result of these works is the Xopero Image Tool, a well received free stand-alone application which allows fast image conversion to any other format supported by popular hypervisors like Hyper-V, VMware, Virtualbox and KVM (to learn more check this blog post). At the same time, our team also worked on expanding the core DR technology – Smart Recovery – to the Xopero Backup&Restore solution. And today only five weeks after the premiere of XIT, we release this awaited update. Let’s find out what changes the new Xopero 3.9.6 release brings.
Virtual environment create a real headache? End it with the snap of a finger – that’s what technology is for.
Xopero Image Tool is the newest application in Xopero recovery toolbox. It is used to convert between multiple hard drive image formats – from RAW to VHD, VHDX or VMDK and back. Thanks to such conversion it is possible to move your physical machine to any virtual environment such as Hyper-V, VMware or VirtualBox.