What is backup retention?

Backup retention – also known as data retention – is a set of policies about which data, where and how long should they be archived.

Good backup retention policies protect from hardware failures and human errors, allowing to restore previous versions of the backed up files.

What is backup software?

A backup software is an application capable to create, manage and execute backup operations.

Backup operations are essentially copies of data, performed for security purposes.

Our Uranium Backup is a perfect example of what is a backup software.

What is Bash?

Bash is a Unix shell developed by Brian Fox and adopted as the default shell by most of the Linux distributions and Mac OS X.

Bash is a command processors and can also read and execute scripts written on files.