Human beings have been collecting data over the course of history beginning with the cuneiform tablets of ancient Babylon to the computer storage systems of today. Your business cannot be sustained without storing data, but when you start searching for company data storage solutions to meet your needs, the endless possibilities can ...
Category: Back-up and Recovery
November 27, 2017Stacey Larson
For many businesses, the proper handling of software licenses can be a time-consuming issue. While software can be the lifeblood of any organization, the proper licensing of it can create major headaches for a company’s IT staff. Software Licenses come in many configurations; out of the box, OEM, volume licenses, SaaS, and ...
November 17, 2017Stacey Larson
In “When Lightning Strikes – Protecting Your Business Network from Thunderstorms Part I” we discussed steps you can take to safeguard your business network and computers from lightning strikes. In Part II, we discuss ways to protect your business crucial data....
October 24, 2017Stacey Larson
Disaster Recovery Plans Prevent Downtime & Lost Revenue Savvy business owners proactively develop a disaster recovery plan, to ensure that they have a detailed, tested and documented plan for implementing their IT recovery process, in the event of a man-made or natural disaster. A disaster is, typically, defined as any event ...
Businesses need the best information on storage solutions to keep large amounts of data for daily use. The data have to be constantly accessible and the databases have to be flexibly changeable. Planning for emergencies, important databases have to be regularly backed-up, duplicated and stored in a safe place in case the computer ...
Cloud Services Can Decrease Costs While Increasing Employee Productivity With all of the rapidly changing technologies, in telecommunications, a large number of employees can and do work, from just about anywhere. In order to stay competitive, businesses are providing this mobile workforce with consistent ...
In “Tips for Your Disaster Recovery Plan – Part I,” we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing ...
September 19, 2017Stacey Larson
When it comes to assessing whether your organization has an effective plan in place for recovering from unexpected events that could impede operations, it’s essential to have internal stakeholders and auditors weight in on your plan. In order for your organization to recover from incidents like tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and ...
September 19, 2017Stacey Larson
While sales brochures mention cost savings, elasticity, scalability, load “bursting and storage on demand as the main benefits of cloud computing, it’s only after agreements are signed with third-party services and the systems and processes are implemented that other benefits emerge. Here ...
September 12, 2017Chris Torbit
I need a Disaster Recovery Plan. We hear this all time and rarely anyone thinks about one until it is way too late. If your business is out for a day, week or month, how much money would it lose? A business disaster ...
September 5, 2017Chris Torbit