The term redundancy is often confused with backup or copy. Although the terms are similar, the purpose of a redundancy is more than merely creating a copy of data. Redundancy aims to prevent any disruption of system operation in the case of a technical malfunction or disaster, thereby maintaining a continuity of service.
Cloud backup is an excellent fail over and will prevent you from losing your data during a catastrophe that could have grave effects on other aspects of your business.
Preventing data breaches makes great financial sense and prevents your enterprise from becoming another data breach statistic in the news. What lessons can be learned from data breaches in the news?
Being able to respond to rapidly changing circumstances is what you expect when power and communication drive your business. To be cliche: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” — “In for a penny…” — you want to spend your time and effort wisely.
In the last few years, we’ve seen how devastating data breaches are for companies worldwide. What’s problematic about these is that they’re so common, many others go unreported. If we found it initially shocking back in 2013 and 2014 that places like Target and Sony Pictures could suffer serious data breaches, yet now it is…
Launching a successful disaster recovery plan is easier said than done. Technology has come a long way and disaster recovery plans are far more complex than they used to be. In fact, there are so many moving parts and “best practices” that many disaster recovery plans end up failing. That’s not something you want to…
Dirty Power is a wide-encompassing term describing the delivery and quality of electricity. For businesses, dirty power means poorer performing business technologies, not excluding computers. Businesses benefit from