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MSP360 Managed Remote Desktop Free Period Extension

MSP360 Managed Remote Desktop Free Period Extension

MSP360 Remote Desktop Remains Free During 2020

This year has shown that not only the remote work is possible, but it is also almost equal to a desk job – of course if you have the right tools. According to our statistics, the demand for MSP360 Managed Remote Desktop rises as well as the number of new installations, and we’re happy to help you with your everyday tasks. Continue reading

MSP360 Office365/G Suite Backup Update and New UI Sneak-Peek

MSP360 Office365/G Suite Backup Update and New UI Sneak-Peek

As always, we are really glad to tell you about the new features we have implemented in our Office 365 / G Suite Backup Solution. The most popular features you have requested previously were carefully chosen, “weighted” and added to the development roadmap. Now let me dive in with some more details of these features: Continue reading

MSP360 Explorer for macOS 1.1.0 is Out

MSP360 Explorer for macOS 1.1.0 is Out

Introducing the new and updated version of MSP360 Explorer for macOS. We’ve listened to your feedback and are glad to present the latest version of our freeware tool. In this release, we have added lots of interesting features and improved the overall user experience, so we are sure you will find it very comfortable to use. Now let me describe these awesome features:

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Statement Regarding the MSPBackups GSuite Application

Statement Regarding the MSPBackups GSuite Application

MSP360 apologizes for the situation with the GSuite backup. As you may know, the authorization of the connector application was taken down by Google, so that, even after the product is installed on your domain, our solution is unable to access the data inside your domain. The issue affects only new clients. Continue reading

Direct to S3 Glacier vs S3 Glacier Storage Class: Which Is Better for Data Archives

Direct to S3 Glacier vs S3 Glacier Storage Class: Which Is Better for Data Archives

Our clients who want to store backup data in Amazon S3 Glacier often ask us how best to back it up: Whether to place it in S3 Glacier storage directly, or instead to select S3 generic storage and configure S3 Glacier as the storage class. Although both approaches provide the same end result, there are reasons why you might prefer one method over the other. Keep reading for an overview.

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