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How the Automatic SQL Server Health Check affects Server Performance?

As you probably know, SqlBak recently announced an Automatic SQL Server Health Check feature that adds significant value to SqlBak as a database backup service allowing it to monitor such vital parameters of your server as database size, transaction log size, file stream, free disk space and folder size. Continue reading How the Automatic SQL Server Health Check affects Server Performance?

Your data is secure with SqlBak

The safety of our customers’ data is always our priority above any of the features we have. We are constantly working on security improvements here at SqlBak. And the only data that is ultimately secure is the data that you never had in the first place. That is why we do not to send, nor store your SQL Server credentials on sqlbak.com at all. This means that your server login and password will never leave your computer. This change will be especially welcomed by organizations whose privacy policy does not allow passing SQL server login and password to any third-party websites. Continue reading Your data is secure with SqlBak

How to Manage Many SQL Servers with the new Dashboard

We have updated the SqlBak Dashboard – this is the main control panel where users can see all of their backup jobs on a single page (see demo). The new features will be particularly useful for customers who have many SQL Server backup jobs. Let’s take a look at how these new features can make your life easier.

new dashboard features
New Dashboard Features

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