Archive for Category: Backup Solutions

  • 5 Common Reasons For Backup Recovery Failure

    Everybody knows that backing up your data is a good idea, and a lot of people do it. So how come we still hear about businesses failing due to lost data? The short answer is that backup systems vary greatly in reliability from one option to the next, and data backup recovery depends on heavily […]

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  • File-level vs. Image-level Backups – What is the Difference?

    When searching for a backup solution, you’ll find that there are two main types of backups: “file-level backup” and “image-level backup.” Yes, both types of backup will save your documents. But image-level backup goes one step further. File-Level Backup File-level backups are the most common type of backup. This method has been around for a long […]

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  • What would happen to your business if you had an unexpected server crash like Delta?

    Small to mid-sized businesses are not immune to the likelihood of crippling events similar to the Delta debacle. Imagine it’s the middle of a busy work day and your entire data system suddenly goes down. Boom. Work comes to a standstill. Customers are put on hold. Order fulfillment stops. End of month invoicing to keep […]

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  • 3 Ways to Test Your Business Continuity Plan

    You’re a positive person. We think that’s spectacular. And though remaining positive is great in principle, sadly it isn’t always a smart risk management mindset. The companies that subscribe to Murphy’s Law are generally best equipped to mitigate risk and handle the unknowns – whether that’s economic downturns, natural disasters, data breaches or server failures.  Regardless of […]

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  • Business Continuity Planning — It’s the Law!

    Many businesses are required by law to have Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans. Is yours one of them? For some businesses, disaster planning is low on their list of priorities. But for many others, establishing a contingency plan is anything but optional. Critical organizations (especially those in health care, financial, and government sectors) are often required by law to […]

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