Posted on 02/07/2017 at 11:23:00 AM
When we evaluate the worth of our backup and disaster recovery systems, we typically think in terms of continuity, access to valuable data, inconvenienced customers and lost revenue. That’s where our focus is in those horrible minutes of downtime, and those are the thoughts that haunt us when we anticipate future disasters.
Posted on 02/02/2017 at 12:28:00 PM
Did you get hoodwinked when it came to your backup and disaster recovery solution? You can admit it if you did – it happens to a lot of businesses.
Posted on 01/30/2017 at 11:35:00 AM
Did you get a chance to check out our State of Disaster Recovery Report 2016? It shared some intriguing findings about how IT leaders are handling their backup and disaster recovery today. And one of the most interesting results was that 24% are relying entirely on-premises disaster recovery solutions instead of cloud-based solutions.
Posted on 01/23/2017 at 11:07:00 AM
Check out our very own David Fisk's article, posted at Digitalisation World! Full post here: https://digitalisationworld.com/article/50197/
Information is the lifeblood of every modern business, supporting and enabling its day to day operations. However such is the reliance on IT systems and solutions that when companies are hit by natural disasters, human error, software or hardware failure or are threatened by security breaches and hacking, the results are devastating. Every minute of service disruption costs business thousands of pounds in lost customers, sales, revenue.
Getting the balancing act right between critical data protection and maximum uptime has, over the years, resulted in what might be regarded as a piecemeal approach ...Read more
Posted on 01/20/2017 at 01:33:00 PM
You know the saying: Fortune favors the prepared mind. Yet many organizations don’t really learn this until it’s too late. Only when disaster has hit, and they’re deep in chaos and panic, do they realize the preparation that could have made their IT event into a non-event.
Posted on 01/02/2017 at 12:00:00 AM
The cloud has never been one size fits all, which is one reason the hybrid cloud is so popular. You can mix private and public cloud infrastructures in the combination that works best for you - whatever delivers higher performance, stronger security and greater cost value. For instance, you might put your less sensitive operations on the cost-effective public cloud and save your more critical needs for the private cloud. If you're bridging the gap between old and new systems, instead of doing a rip and replace of your legacy infrastructure, you can design a BDR strategy that ushers in a new era of stronger security, efficiency and cost savings.
Posted on 12/29/2016 at 10:41:00 AM
What's your biggest fear? A breach that steals customer and employee data and makes you the latest victim headline? Ransomware that demands a massive payout, potentially shutting your doors? Or is it... nature?
Posted on 12/15/2016 at 04:51:00 PM
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