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Entries Tagged ‘Disaster Recovery’

Cloud Computing Can Weather Storms for Small Businesses

The list of unnatural disasters as they pertain to small-business networks are plentiful. We’ve all heard of start-up entrepreneurs “losing everything” when someone spilled a cup of coffee on their laptop, opened an e-mail containing a Trojan, or their hard drive failed due to simple attrition. The aforementioned, along with simplicity and cost-effectiveness, have brought […]

The Future of Backup, Restore and DR with Cloud Computing

Downtime is something that no company, regardless of size, is dreaming of. It is usually associated with monetary or client confidence loss. Having a disaster recovery plan (DR) is essential for every business today. Depending on company size DR plans vary in flavors and level of protection. Historically companies of smaller size have neglected the […]

  
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    • To succeed with the cloud, you need real governance October 20, 2017
      Most enterprises don’t have a well-developed governance approach for the cloud, not even an idea of a technology solution.Enterprises are overwhelmed these days with other technology changes, including not just the move to cloud but devops, machine learning, and whatever other shiny objects pop up out of the market.[ Learn all about the cloud at […]
    • Devsecops: Add security to complete your devops process October 17, 2017
      As seen in a recent DigiCert report, an overwhelming majority of companies believe that an integrated security and devops team makes sense. In fact, 98 percent of survey 300 US respondents (a third from IT or security) are either planning to or have alreafy launched such an effort.This is good, if unsurprising, news. For years, […]
    • Centralized security in the cloud is the best security model October 13, 2017
      It’s 6:00 a.m. on a Monday morning. You get an automated text from your security systems that a DDOS attack was attempted, but new security policies downloaded several hours earlier proactively protected the systems from the attacking IP address. All is well. The alternative is not good—meaning that you had no idea of the DDOS attack, […]
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