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What Users Should Know About Email Cyberthreats (3PL Perspectives September 2018)

Published September 05, 2018 by

email cyber securityRenovoData was featured in the the 3PL Perspectives publication (September Edition). 3PL Perspectives is a third-party logistics magazine provided by Transportation Intermediaries Association. This article, written by RenovoData's Michele Vayle, is part one of a three part series that addresses cybersecurity.  Read more.


 


 

Even with the cloud, data protection is your responsibility

Published June 14, 2018 by

Head in the cloudsIn recent years, the cloud has become a major part of the IT landscape, bringing many benefits and a wide variety of options. In addition to virtually unlimited data storage, the cloud imparts improvements in speed, availability and user mobility. It carries significant financial savings as well, including cost cuts, on-demand capacity, and reduction of resources previously allocated to infrastructure and operations. Read the full Story.


 


 

What's the Right Disaster Recovery Solution for You - as Featured in the Logistics Journal, December 2016

Published February 14, 2017 by

RenovoData disaster recovery solution articleIn December 2016, RenovoData were featured in the leading publication from the Transport Intermediaries Association, The Logistics Journal. The article provides expert-level detail on helping 3PL and Trucking Companies to choose the right disaster recovery solution.  Learn more and read the full article


 


 

Eliminate Single Points of Failure: And Don’t Overlook the Cloud

Published October 05, 2016 by

single point of failureData protection is nothing less than business protection, and to be effective it must be as nearly invincible as possible. Yet even the most technically sophisticated organizations, those familiar with the fine points of data backup, can make a particularly dangerous mistake: not noticing a single point of failure. This means any significant part of a system that is without redundancy. If one major component ceases to function, it can set off a cascade of collapse and the system can stop cold.


 


 

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