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Why Five 9s Means You’ve Made It

Why Five 9s Means You’ve Made It

Why Five 9s Means You’ve Made It Some people may say they’ve made it once they nab a six-figure income or four-car garage. Others might measure success by the quality of their friendships, or the fact that their name showed up as a “Jeopardy!” question. While the definition of success can vary widely from person … Continued

Wildfire occurrences highest in October, California

Wildfire occurrences highest in October, California

  Wildfire occurrences highest in October, California Wildfires have taken a top spot in the news as of late. They cost American taxpayers between $20 billion and $100 billion every year, in expenses that range from air pollution and soil degradation to public health challenges and loss of human life. If it weren’t for humans, … Continued

Web Portal Provides Easy to Use Status Window

Web Portal Provides Easy to Use Status Window

Web Portal Provides Easy to Use Status Window At Global Data Vault, we ensure the quality of your recovery environment through constant monitoring. Nothing is more important to your business operations that your data and the systems that support it. Not only do we monitor your readiness, we make it easy for you to check … Continued

Critical City Services Restored – GDV Case Study

Critical City Services Restored – GDV Case Study

This short video features one of our resellers, Brian Childers of Comport Consulting Group, (http://comportcorp.com/about/) a company that provides clients with solutions to improve profitability and efficiency through the deployment of process and technology solutions, including IT strategy, IT executive advisory, SaaS and cloud computing. Comport has worked with Global Data Vault as a reseller … Continued

The History of Vaults

The History of Vaults

Vaults through the Ages Vaults are lockable enclosures that protect valuables against damage, theft or intrusion. For the first two thousand years, vaults were more intimidating than protective. They were mostly highly decorated boxes secured by an easily defeated lock. In ancient Egypt, locks were made of wood and vulnerable to forceful entry and the … Continued