The Big Three: Tips for Getting Ramped up with Server Backup Manager

Posted by Ben Barker on Jan 22, 2015 6:00:00 AM

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There's nothing worse than being flooded with scores of information that you can't possibly retain. Chunks of otherwise useful knowledge can go in one ear and out the other when you're trying to remember every last detail. That's why we felt it necessary to offer you three high-level tips or strategies that can help better your respective businesses.

"The Big Three" was created to convey the expertise of our amazing R1Soft team in small, easily digestible chunks. With each installment, you'll be able to walk away with a few helpful pieces of information that you can apply to your current business practices.

Today's Big Three comes from R1Soft Sales Engineer, Brian Winebarger. Brian discusses three ways to ramp up your use of Server Backup Manager in order to be sure that you're getting the most out of the product. We want you to experience all of the perks of our multi-platform backup solution, so make sure that you're able to check off each of these Big Three ways to get more for your money.

 


Just to recap; In order to ramp up your experience with R1Soft's Server Backup Manager, make that you are...

Defining your organization's needs:

What are you looking to get out of Server Backup Manager? Do you feel as though all of your needs are being met? If not, what steps have you taken to attempt to meet those needs?

Setting up users and groups

Delegate some of the responsibility by setting up users and groups. Allow organizations to restore and download files when need be.

Measuring your changes

Measuring your backup increments can allow you to plan your storage needs for the future. How much retention are you going to need? This can be valuable information when planning for the future.

So there you have it, three simple tips for ramping up and getting the most out of your use of R1Soft's Server Backup Manager!

Have a suggestions for the next edition of "The Big Three?" Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting at @R1Soft

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