Macrium Blog

Magnetic and flash storage have long dominated the storage landscape. They both continue to see innovation in both capacity, cost, and performance. Though many have predicted the death of magnetic media, it still remains the best choice where cost per unit storage is the key metric. ...

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Posted at Dec 17 2020, 12:00h in ReFS support Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: ReFS support, Flash-Memory

I won’t go on about how 2020 has been a difficult year. It has — and there are many reasons to be thankful that it’s over. However, the challenges of the sheer strangeness of 2020 have taught us many lessons, particularly when it comes to resilience — digital or otherwise. ...

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Posted at Dec 11 2020, 12:00h in coronavirus Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: coronavirus, data, data-protection, infosec, privacy

Apple’s new ARM-based M1 processor, which ships with the company’s latest generation of Macbooks, will have almost certainly caught the attention of Microsoft. As we target the Windows platform and closely follow hardware trends, it certainly caught ours. ...

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Posted at Nov 19 2020, 12:00h in ARM Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: ARM, microsoft, Apple-Silicon

Do you know the most important step in the entire back up process? Recovery. After all, what’s the point of running a backup on a regular basis if you’re unable to restore your data? ...

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Posted at Oct 19 2020, 12:00h in backup Erin Osborne, Marketing

Categories: backup, best-practice-advice, data-backup, data-recovery, data-security

Over the last few weeks, we have been working on replacing use of the Windows task scheduler (WTS). The release of Reflect 7.3 is the culmination of this work. ...

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Posted at Oct 14 2020, 12:00h in backup Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: backup, backup-software, windows, Windows-Task-Scheduler