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The “Cheap Tool” or the “Best Tool” for the Job? Your Choice.

Published November 16, 2016 by

server protectionThe cost of server downtime can be overwhelming. To estimate just how expensive it could be for your business, take a moment to calculate your potential losses. You’ve probably taken steps to guard against major hardware failure, but if you’re relying solely on a data backup solution to recover your server, you might be setting yourself up for future problems.  Read more about protecting your server and using the correct tools.


 


 

Pay up or we'll kill your data

Published June 02, 2016 by

Ransomware pay up or we kill your dataA sophisticated new generation of ransomware is rolling across North America.  It doesn’t just steal your information and wreak havoc with your IT systems.  It steals your money.

Several versions of ransomware are at large. They go by different names, such as Crypto locker, Crypto wall and others. They usually propagate as Trojans, entering networks via innocent-looking links in emails or innocuous messages from unknown websites.

Without up-to-date anti-virus and malware protection installed on every PC and laptop connected to your network, you are vulnerable to attack.  Read More.


 


 

Understanding the costs of downtime

Published March 15, 2016 by

What is downtime?

cost of downtime

Simply put, downtime is an interruption of your business. This interruption can be caused by a multitude of factors, both internal and external. How downtime affects your business is also influenced by the industry you are in, whether you are service-based, product-based, brick-and-mortar or online. Read more...


 


 

Data Backup Versus Server Recovery Solutions

Published March 01, 2016 by

Many business owners and “less technical” people in management think “data backups” are enough to protect their organization.  But when an outage occurs from equipment failure the recovery can be painful and take far longer than expected.  Read more.


 


 

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