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Australian bc backup server gets an upgrade

Wayne Lawson - Thursday, October 31, 2013
We have now added additional disk space to our Australian server which means that we can now hold up to 3 TerraBytes of you customers files and database backups.

Our Business Catalyst Backup now backs up orders

Wayne Lawson - Thursday, October 10, 2013

bc backup our Adobe Business Catalyst backup solution now backs ups all of your customers orders using the eCommerce and CRM API's.

This now means that we are backing up not only your physical files, we are also backing up:

  • Contacts
  • Products
  • Web App Items
  • Blog Posts
  • and now Orders

dropbox added to bc backup

Wayne Lawson - Wednesday, May 15, 2013

bc backup has added the ability to link a dropbox account to your backup account, meaning that every backup is stored in your Dropbox account, not on the server.

Some reasons why this is awesome:

You control the diskspace used by your backups

We don't count any backups that are sent to dropbox in our overall total of diskpace used by you. This a win-win for everyone. You don't have to upgrade your bc backup account and we are not going to have to build a server the size of Googles datacenter.

You can share your backup folders

By backing up to Dropbox you are creating the ability to share the backup files with your clients. Good new / Bad news, well we suppose it depends on the client!

But the client will have access to images, PDFs, and their product catalogue should the inadvertently make an unscheduled improvement to their website!

Link your Dropbox account today

bc backup launched

Wayne Lawson - Monday, May 06, 2013

bc backup is the worlds first Business Catalyst backup system delivering peace of mind to all BC Partners around the world for just AUD$25 a month or AUD$300 a year.

bc backup will automatically backup all of the files that can be downloaded via SFTP to one secure location. So you can setup your accounts, provide the details (securely ... we encrypt all passwords) and sit back knowing that your Business Catalyst websites are being backed up in the event of some sort of disaster.

We did the math. If you have 50 BC websites, and you backup every one of these once a week, it would take you at least 250 minutes (if you are lucky). So if only 1 minute of each backup requires you to be present that is still means that you are wasting 1 hour a week on backing up.

What price do you put on your time?