Granular Recovery – What You Need to Know About It

Granular Recovery – What You Need to Know About It

For MSPs, juggling customers’ varying recovery requirements is not an easy task. And if a requirement concerns the ability to make the recovery of a specific file possible, without actually performing a complete restoration, things can get even more challenging.

It could be like finding a needle in a haystack—in a limited time.

The solution as such could seemingly appear impossible… if you haven’t been keeping pace with granular recovery technology. Continue reading

3 Common VM Backup Mistakes to Avoid

3 Common VM Backup Mistakes to Avoid

Virtualization is now a common practice in business settings. Both small to midsize businesses are increasingly using virtualization for reasons well documented.

But even though the deployment has been adopted into the mainstream, it cannot be denied that many aspects of virtualization technology are still poorly understood. Among these, creating backups of one’s virtual environments, ranks high on the list. Continue reading

Ahsay Offers MSPs Granular Restore for VMware and Hyper-V Backups

Kowloon, Hong Kong – January 30, 2018: As businesses target reduced downtime through their aggressive DR strategies, aiming for unprecedented benchmarks, MSPs are actively on the lookout for solutions that can help them provide services to meet the highly-set standards. Ahsay Systems Corporation, a leading white label backup software developer, provides MSPs with a cloud backup platform that comes integrated with granular restore functionality, enabling them to retrieve specific files in an instant and thus reduce system downtime for their customers. Continue reading

Some VMware Tools and Strategies That MSPs Should Know About


Established in 1998, VMware is a company that provides software applications for virtualized environments.

Its products can be divided between two categories: desktop applications and server applications.

The two virtualization technologies employed by the company are hypervisor and ESX/ESXi. Here’s how it works:

In a VMware virtualization environment, a hypervisor is installed on physical servers to allow different virtual machines to function on the same physical server. Each virtual machine now has its own operating system, implying that different operating systems are running on a single physical server. This allows the physical server to share resources, such as memory and disk space, taking business’s operations to a whole new level.

Although the advent of virtualization has solved crucial problems for business owners, it has also posed a few challenges.

When it comes to data protection in the virtual environment, it has become quite important to backup virtual guests. One of the biggest challenges facing MSPs is choosing the right VMware backup tools and strategies for businesses. Continue reading