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Support for Archive Attender 3.5 is ending on December 15, 2014.  After this date, older Archive Attender versions up to, and including 3.5 SP3, will not be patched or updated, nor will support be provided. Customers currently using Archive Attender version 3.5 are highly encouraged to upgrade to the current version 4.2 of the product […]

Is there a place for tapes in today's information governance strategies? | Sherpa Software

Whether hated, loved, or regarded with ambivalence, backup tapes are still a part of the information governance (IG) landscape at many organizations. Although they are rapidly being phased out in many companies, tapes are the lumbering dinosaur of disaster recovery plans; slow, physically bulky and often part of an older, unstructured backup strategy. Tracking, monitoring […]

Off-the-topic: The 17 best trip tips for a great vacation

Something as simple as planning for a vacation has gone from hectic to convenient in the last 15 years or so; all of a sudden, we are given the privilege of user-review sites, and getting to do the research all on our own rather than meeting with a travel agent to figure out our plans. […]

Ballgame Sherpa Software

Here at Sherpa, we work hard providing information governance solutions that are reliable and affordable. But our days are not just about developing products, working with customers and writing blog articles – not at all. We like to enjoy ourselves as well;  and what better way to do so, than to take full advantage of […]

Office 365 roadmap: What to expect | Sherpa Software

Calling all Microsoft Office 365 users -Microsoft recently released the roadmap for the latest version!  To keep you informed on what to expect, check out the following list which explains the more significant changes: Apps for Excel Online and Office Preview for Word Online: Like the desktop versions of Excel and Word, apps will be coming […]

Sherpa Software | The Future of Networking

There has been some hype around network connection speed lately, specifically broadband speed. In 2011, Google released its own fiber-to-the-premises broadband service, called Google Fiber. This caused a huge splash in the world of connectivity when Fiber claimed to be “100 times faster than today’s average broadband speeds. ”1 The majority of the country has yet to […]