5 Risks You Take When You Forego Fast Disaster Recovery
The unfortunate fact with business technology is that there are always going to be vulnerabilities and threats that could become a detriment to your everyday process. Technology disasters come in all forms, from natural disasters to employee mistakes to malicious security breaches. Because of this, businesses need to have a plan in place that will […]Read MoreBackups
5 Steps to Creating an Infallible Disaster Recovery Plan
Today, most businesses are centered around their technology and their IT infrastructure. It dictates how efficient you can conduct your business, how effectively you can track and store your important information, and just generally keeps your business safe. For this reason, you need to take the steps necessary in order to establish a plan for […]Read MoreBackups
What is Backup and Disaster Recovery?
In order to really minimize the chance of extended downtime for your business, it’s important to understand and implement a backup and disaster recovery plan. The fact is, your IT infrastructure is prone to things that can cause headaches for your business. Whether it’s human error, security breaches, or ransomware attacks, your IT resources are […]Read MoreBackupsCloud/Virtualization
World Backup Day: Utilizing Cloud Technology
On World Backup Day, we look to the increasing use of cloud technology for small to medium-sized businesses (SMB) and share how to best utilize the cloud for data safekeeping.Read MoreBackupsCloud/VirtualizationComplianceGeneralIT StorageSecurity
When Is the Right Time to Outsource IT Services?
Small- to medium-sized businesses (SMB) face a myriad of unique challenges when juggling their IT needs. While a smaller workforce size can make these enterprises nimbler than their larger counterparts, they often lack the financial and staffing resources to navigate today’s complex IT landscape. Hence, more and more SMBs are outsourcing IT services to third-party providers when their needs outgrow the capacity to provide key services in-house.Read MoreBackupsCloud/VirtualizationIT Storage
Is Your Business Still Doing Backups the Old-School Way?
How modern data backups outsmart traditional storage methods and improve your business’s disaster recovery Forty percent of companies that do not have proper data backup or disaster recovery plans in place do not survive a disaster. Even if you have a traditional data backup system, your business might not be able to bounce back quickly […]Read MoreBackups
Are You Ready for the Coming Storm?
IT Disaster Prep Can Minimize Loss and Speed Recovery June 1st marks the beginning of hurricane season with the Weather Company forecasting that at least three major tropical storms will threaten the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts this year. Lessons learned from previous years warn that organizations should be prepared for foul weather with a […]Read MoreBackupsSecurity
A Managed Approach to Shutting Down the Ransomware Bandits
Are you ready to tackle a blank screen caused by ransomware? Where will you turn when no single strategy provides complete protection and even backups are vulnerable to attack? Late at night, your computer suddenly locks up and a curious message appears on the screen. Some nefarious entity has taken control of your entire network, […]Read MoreBackupsSecurity
3 Cybersecurity Must-Haves for Small Businesses
Pop quiz: What percentage of small businesses in the U.S. suffered a cyberattack in 2017? Without peeking below at the answer, take a guess. Would you estimate 10 percent? Maybe 25 percent? Higher? Answer: 47 percent of small businesses had their networks breached at least once by cybercriminals in 2017. (Worse: Almost half those businesses […]Read More