SysBackup Basic Installation

Installation consists of unpacking the SysBackup package into a convenient location, setting-up two folder trees, then configuring your backup jobs. Read this note for all the details.

Sysbackup FAQ

Are you using SysBackup? Got any questions? Check this article for answers to questions that have been asked before.

SysBackup Features

SysBackup helps you Be Prepared to recover from occasional disasters of different types. Perhaps more importantly: SysBackup helps you collect the data you need to respond to the day-to-day information requests you get from your user community. This note contains a short list of SysBackup features.

SysBackup Final Checkout and First Backup

Once you have finished your Installation and Job Configuration you can run the SysBackup utility. Read this note to see some sample output.

SysBackup Installation Overview

An overview of the Installation process for SysBackup (short story: it's fast and easy.)

SysBackup Installation Requirements

SysBackup is a simple PHP script so the requirements are relatively few. Read this note to find out what you'll need on your server or workstation to run SysBackup.

SysBackup SSH Remote Storage

The procedure for sending your backupsets to a remote storage server via SSH is similar to the procedure for setting-up SysBackup on your server or workstation. Read this note to get all the details.

Webmail Access

How to access your BNT Solutions Email account via the web.

What can I sell on my web site?

Surprisingly, the one thing you really must do to get traffic on your web site just happens to be the one thing you must do to make money from your site: Offer something! But what is it that you should offer? Well, it turns out that you can offer lots of useful things that you can prepare at home, in your spare time, with the same computer you are using to read this article!

What is Spam?

Do you get lots of email that you didn't ask for? You probably count all of that as spam, but the software that helps get rid of it might not see things quite the way you do. This article helps you understand the thinking of the people who help you get rid of spam.

What's the difference between a VPN Tunnel and a VPN Bridge?

A VPN Tunnel connects your remote computer to a local (office) computer. The two computers can then talk to each other securely. This works fine if you are connecting to your server at the office and you have no need to connect to anything else. From your server, you can make provisions for accessing resources like other computers, printers and your VOIP telephone system - but you need to make those provisions before you can use your tunnel to access those resources.