We're releasing x360Recover v12.3 later this month and some of the new features include:
Incremental vault recovery
Now you can continue an uninterrupted set of backups, even while you are actively repairing a damaged appliance. (This works by recovering the data on a vault and then moving that data back to an appliance in multiple passes.)
Our x360Recover agent for Linux has been activated for all x360Recover devices and will remain available for free until October 2023. We've also added the Linux agent icon to downloads for D2C, just to streamline things.
Check out our new Guide x360Recover - Alerts and Reports. This Guide will walk you (and your technicians) through important alerting settings and reporting features to keep you up to date on the health of your systems.
This Guide is the first of many being developed - and we'd welcome your feedback on improvements or specific guide topics.
You can access the new Guide in the x360Portal (as shown below:)
Interesting Axcient person of the month: August
How did you celebrate National Oyster Week this year?
Kurt Koenig, our Senior Director of Support in Client Services, is part of an amazing volunteer team, re-populating Chesapeake Bay with oysters.
We'll cover the flexible deployment options of x360Recover Direct-to-Cloud (without an appliance), and x360Recover (with an appliance). You'll also see how AutoVerify automatically tests and verifies backup integrity
Recover your data in multiple scenarios (including a ransomware attack)
Thursday, September 7th at 1 PM EST
See near instant virtualization using Virtual Office and watch AirGap technology separate backup deletion requests from the mechanics of deletion so that data is always recoverable – even after a ransomware attack.