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Disaster Recovery Scenario

I'd like to start with a point-blank question: What would happen if you suddenly lost all or most of your company's data, all emails and email attachments, if your company's operations were forced to come to a sudden halt? That would be a completely Disaster. Don’t you agree? And that’s...

Mail Backup: An important practice

Today we want to talk about an important practice that is too often overlooked or improperly used: Mail Backup. Normally a Sys Admin or an IT manager, knows the importance of making backup of user’s data, but often they don't consider it so necessary in everyday life, reserving it only...

Zextras goes remote (if you want)

2020 was a really educational experience for us. Our company grew not only in numbers, but also as we learnt how to be organized without being physically together. This opened to new international opportunities. As many companies, we had to close the offices in March 2020. However, being a digital...

Local Backup vs Cloud Backup

I’d like to start with a consideration. The recent news about OVH Cloud Datacenter fire disaster has certainly put the spotlight on the issue of data backup and storage and called attention to an argument that is always very hot and interesting in the IT world: the choice of storing...

Zextras is always hiring

We’re always evaluating candidates for the following roles: front-end developers, technical support engineers, sys admins, and dev-ops. Feel free to send you application and we’ll contact you for a first catch up! FRONT END DEVELOPERS English B1 or higher.Bachelor's Degree or higher in computer science or similar.Experience with Javascript, HTML,...

Zextras Suite 3.1.9

3.1.9 has been released. Here are all the new and updated features, the beta ones included. Customers can upgrade the Suite by logging into their account in our website in an accessible self-service mode. Save space now with mailbox move Thanks to new mailbox move options, you can write data directly on the secondary volume...