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4 Reasons to Outsource Backup Recovery

4 Reasons to Outsource Backup Recovery

Posted on Sep 14, 2016

Whether it’s a small business or a large corporation, having a backup recovery system in place is crucial for securing your data and ensuring that if disaster ever strikes – you’re prepared. As essential as this protocol is to the operational continuity of a business, disaster recovery preparation often gets ignored or denied the attention and thought it deserves, until it is too late. Every business, no matter the size, should have a disaster recovery plan in place, and...

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3 Ways to Protect Your Staff from Spoofed Email

3 Ways to Protect Your Staff from Spoofed Email

Posted on Aug 30, 2016

As emailing continues to become a predominate part of our everyday business activities, cyber security is more crucial than ever. The wonders of technology and the Internet provide businesses with a platform to coordinate internally, connect with clients, manage inventory, and much more. At the same time, this instant access to a number of sensitive materials such as credit card information, client data, and confidential business data becomes a point of vulnerability.   From viruses and hackers to phishing...

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4 Benefits of Hybrid Cloud Environments

4 Benefits of Hybrid Cloud Environments

Posted on Aug 18, 2016

Cloud environments have become a fundamental part of the IT world as they provide countless benefits to small and medium-sized businesses. Traditionally, clouds were restricted to two separate forms – private and public.   Private clouds provide internal controls, security, and privacy for data and applications, whereas a third-party (think: Google, Dropbox) operates public clouds in order to provide increased efficiency while providing less reliance on IT infrastructures within companies.   Hybrid clouds that combine the best of on-premise...

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