Ransomware Resolutions: 10 Ways to Make Your Business More Secure in 2021

Well, 2020 is finally coming to a close. And, for most of us, it couldn’t happen soon enough. Rather than dwell on the negatives of 2020—and there are many—we’d like to put on our rose-colored glasses and look ahead to better times in 2021. Of course,…

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Backups and Natural Disasters: 3 Steps to Keeping Your Data Safe from the Storm

Natural disasters have always been a concern, but they certainly appear to be happening more frequently. NASA warns that increasing ocean temperatures may increase the frequency of extreme storms. This year in California alone, wildfire damages likely…

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Disaster Survival: Why Business Continuity Matters

With hurricane season in full swing, fires burning in the west, and plenty of other potential disasters ready to strike, your business is always at risk. Add in ransomware and malware threats and business continuity should be every company’s concern. …

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Disaster Survival: Why Business Continuity Matters

With hurricane season in full swing, fires burning in the west, and plenty of other potential disasters ready to strike, your business is always at risk. Add in ransomware and malware threats and business continuity should be every company’s concern. …

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Distance and Disasters: How Far Away Do Your Backups Need to Be?

The recent hurricanes that hit the Gulf Coast are our worst nightmares come to life. And we’re on track for a record hurricane season. For most businesses, any kind of disaster can spell trouble. In the case of hurricanes, even if a business doesn’t t…

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Make the Best Choice to Tackle Backup Costs and Complexity in Midsize Enterprises

Anyone involved with IT in a midsize enterprise in any meaningful capacity wants to make the best choice when it comes to data protection. These individuals intuitively understand the complexities associated with supporting this environment. Inside the…

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