Recovery as a Service

Recovery as a Service (RaaS) is the process of storing and protecting data while providing standby computing capacity on demand to facilitate rapid recovery.

Insider Threat Defined

Insider Threat Defined

Businesses face all types of pressure in today’s marketplace. One of the most devastating is a data loss event that can destroy a company within seconds. Malware threats are increasing at a dizzying pace, and all types of insider threats are taking the stage as the...

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What is an RTO? RPO?

What is an RTO? RPO?

These are concepts of recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) defining the acceptable amount of time it takes to recover system operations …

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Can Veeam back up physical servers?

Can Veeam back up physical servers?

Can Veeam backup physical servers? Pioneers of instant virtual machine recovery, Veeam started as a virtual-only solution but began offering agents for physical servers in 2017.

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Preparing your business for hurricane season

Preparing your business for hurricane season

[lmt-post-modified-info] In the United States, June 1st marks the beginning of hurricane season. With everything else 2020 has given us, we hoped for a reprieve from at least one bad thing this year, however NOAA is predicting a busy season with an above-normal number...

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Worst Cybersecurity Breaches – VPNFilter

Worst Cybersecurity Breaches – VPNFilter

More and more, our business environments are connected to the cloud. The transmission of data and the speed to which it can be accessed is critical to business intelligence and competitive advantage. When that data becomes attractive to hackers, the vulnerability also...

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Bandwidth – How Much is Enough?

Bandwidth – How Much is Enough?

Knowing and planning for an appropriate level of bandwidth is a key component of every DRaaS solution. In our most common DRaaS implementation, the data is moved from local repositories at the customer site over the internet or WAN to our data centers once per day,...

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Network System Failure Cost Southwest Airlines $82M

Network System Failure Cost Southwest Airlines $82M

Network system failure is no fun for any business, but it can be especially painful for major airlines. The outage that hit Southwest Airlines on July 20 is a case in point. The disaster caused the cancelation or delay of more than 2,000 flights. The estimated price...

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What is Cloud Disaster Recovery (CDR)?

What is Cloud Disaster Recovery (CDR)?

Your server goes down. Your network won’t work. Or worse…your office suffers a fire, flood, or other natural or man-made catastrophe. Whatever the case, you need to have a disaster recovery plan ready to protect your data as well as your overall business. Cloud...

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Fully Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery Solutions

Fully Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery Solutions

Good technology just works – right? That’s right…until it doesn’t. We all know that even the best managed IT environments require careful attention to be sure that your tools work when you need them. Backup and disaster recovery are particularly critical – these...

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