SQL Server Disaster Recovery Considerations
SQL Server is a relational database management system utilized by a lot of businesses and organizations. Like any other critical part of a business, it needs to be protected in the event of a disaster in order to keep operations running with minimal disruption.
What to Look for in a Local Backup Solution
What companies need from their backup application is simple: back up their local data quickly and securely, and recover it safely within their recovery objectives. However, achieving that goal is not nearly as simple as it would seem.
Survey Summary: Cloud Computing, Technology and Adoption in 2017
Cloud Adoption Among IT Pros
We conducted our first cloud adoption survey in order to find out how IT professionals are leveraging the cloud in their organizations in 2017.
How to Remove Ransomware After an Attack
Ransomware: What Is It and What Can You Do to Recover?
Ransomware is computer malware (sometimes referred to as a virus) that blocks access to files, usually by encrypting them.
Becoming a CISO: Career Paths, Responsibilities and More
Chief Information Security Officers are becoming more important to organizations, as IT environments become larger and more complex, and cyber attacks continue to rise. This makes IT security essential part of maintaining business continuity – and that is where the CISO comes.
Best Practices for Selling Managed Services
Managed data protection services are a great value for IT. However, going from traditional in-house backup and recovery to an MSP is fraught with uncertainty for many IT pros. Even though IT likes the Big New Technology Thing, going with a MSP is more a business case than a technology case.
Regulatory Compliance and Your Data
Regulatory compliance has to do with rules, policies and laws that organizations need to aspire to meet in order to protect their records. Healthcare organizations, for example, need to meet regulatory compliance to keep patient data protected.
Top 12 Security Issues Facing Cloud
Cloud computing has big business advantages for storage, computing scalability for global distributed computing resources, and services delivery in a way that on-premise systems cannot match.
Disaster Recovery Standards for Your Business
Disaster recovery standards vary by different companies. A standard for a company comprised of 50 people may be very different from that of a 500-person company.