How Much Is Enough When It Comes to Backup and Disaster Recovery for Small Businesses?

Data loss can lead to a closed sign on a small business’s door. Client information, intellectual property, accounting and tax info, and data makes a business tick. If they lose it, they might be out of business. Even though they know their data is cri…

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Kaseya Reveals Its Simple Strategy to Resolve Growing IT Complexity

Do you ever wonder why achieving simplicity is so hard? I certainly do. Everyone tends to recognize simplicity when they see or experience it. However, simple to manage and use technology remains elusive. Further, making multiple technologies simple to…

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8 Ransomware-Fighting Tips for Healthcare Companies

It sounded so promising. Well-known cybercrime gangs announced they wouldn’t attack healthcare organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sadly, criminals rarely keep their word and the recent ransomware attack on Magellan Health, Fortune 500 company…

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Backup and Disaster Recovery Best Practices in the Work-From-Home Era

With the massive number of office closures brought on by COVID-19 millions of employees are now working remotely, creating new backup and recovery challenges for IT admins. While some businesses are already reopening, many will continue having their e…

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DCIG 2020-21 TOP 5 SME Anti-ransomware Backup Solution Report Now Available

DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its inaugural Top 5 report on SME Anti-ransomware Backup Solutions. This Top 5 report provides small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) guidance on the best backup solutions to choose to help in the…

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