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Cyber Threats are Multiplying Rapidly, Protect your data with these three steps

Published November 30, 2017 by

logistics journal november 2017The article provides expert-level detail on cyber threats and provides three steps that can help to protect your data..  Read more...


 


 

Cyber Threats are multiplying rapidly.

Published November 07, 2017 by

Cyber SecurityYou can protect your Data with these three steps.

Cyber Security Threats are nothing new, but the recent explosive growth has become a global concern. News reports of such attacks have become commonplace. The September 20, 2017 issue of PC Magazine states that In the first half of 2017, there were 1.9 billion data items compromised worldwide, compared to 1.38 billion for the entire year of 2016.

While cyber-attacks against major corporations and governments make headlines, upwards of 70% of these breaches target small businesses, so every organization with an online presence is vulnerable. Learn (a lot) more...


 


 

What is DRaaS, Anyway - Article Featured in the Logistics Journal, April 2017

Published May 04, 2017 by

Logistics Journal front cover April 2017A recent article featured last month provides expert-level detail on helping 3PL and Trucking Companies to understand DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service).  Learn more and read the whole article.


 


 

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


 


 

Planning for Disaster Recovery: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Published September 08, 2016 by

DR planningWhere disaster recovery is concerned, having the right tools and procedures in place is paramount, of course. Our Data Protection Services are your powerful defenses to recover from data corruption, our Server Recovery Solutions enable you to recover systems quickly, and our Consulting & Strategy capabilities provide expert guidance along the way, but first you need a comprehensive business disaster recovery plan. Before finalizing your plan, you need to ask yourself some questions. What should be the basics of your plan? What steps should the plan include? Ask yourself what problems would test the strength and thoroughness of your plan? Read More.


 


 

Sometimes one size fits all. And sometimes it doesn’t. With disaster recovery, it never does.

Published August 04, 2016 by

One size does not fit all - especially with disaster recoveryOne key to business success is the ability to manage and exploit masses of data. That’s a given. For companies of any size, this calls for sophisticated IT systems with components that precisely match the organization’s functional requirements in virtually every area. Many of those components must be capable of interacting with each other, seamlessly and reliably. Each element of a well-designed IT system is carefully selected, installed with appropriate customization, and continually monitored in production... From these simplistic perspectives, companies are apt to think of disaster recovery systems as necessary but essentially simple and similar, like basic office supplies. Read More.


 


 

Who needs disaster recovery if you’ve got data backup? They’re the same thing, right? No, they're not.

Published July 19, 2016 by

data back up vs data recoveryData backup is a vital component of a solid disaster recovery plan, but is only one part. Backup software is intended to ensure against data loss, but may not always perform flawlessly and does nothing to protect the operating system environment. Even with the best backup software and the most reliable offsite facility, the overall environment is vulnerable to severe damage unless a thorough disaster recovery plan is in place. Read more about the vital differences between data backup and recovery.


 


 

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