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Case Study: Backup and Disaster Recovery

Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery

The difference between Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity.

Disaster recovery and business continuity both describe services that are vital to keeping you in business after an emergency. Which is better for your company? Businesses that don’t plan for disaster don’t last.Any number of unfortunate events can befall a business. Servers can crash without warning. Hackers can break through and destroy (or hold hostage) […]

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Disaster Recovery as a Service, or DRaaS, is essentially insurance against an IT catastrophe. It positions your organization to recover in a timely and predictable fashion when a disruption occurs by keeping a team of experts at your disposal. Advantages of DRaaS 1. Quick Recovery The downtime after suffering a disaster almost always puts an […]

IT Disaster Recovery Plans: Be Prepared for Anything

It’s early Saturday morning, before dawn, and your cell phone rings. Bleary-eyed, you answer: it’s one of your weekend workers. They came in early to get some reporting done, but the network is down. They’re getting a serious error message, and it looks like about half your servers are down. In a panic, you run […]

How Co-Managed IT Could Save Your Company from Financial Disaster

CEOs are understandably hesitant to throw a lot of money into their IT department because the ROI is more difficult to estimate. That said, though, consistently updating your company’s IT services is becoming increasingly crucial to the continued success, and indeed safety, of your company. Ransomware and other cyber-attacks that steal company data are becoming […]

Disasters don’t have to be deadly.

Your business needn’t be sitting on a fault line or at the bottom of a flood zone to be vulnerable to data loss. Any number of calamities can do damage to your data—from huge, howling tornadoes to tiny, silent trojan horses. Even a perfectly healthy hard drive can just up and quit, if the mood […]