Another ransomware survey that tells us that businesses haven’t got the message yet. Small business still think it won’t happen to them, so they’re not ready when it does.
As the article quotes; “Every business is potentially a target. If you have a computer, you’re a target.”
A look at these stats will tell you that ransomware is not going away, there’s too much money still to be made at it. Read More
Many businesses are using cloud based drives these days (think box.com or Microsoft’s One Drive or Google Drive). For small business and non profits they are an ideal way to store data so that it can be shared by a distributed work force. Just because it is in the cloud, however, doesn’t mean you don’t need a cloud drive backup. Here’s why. Read More
We heard a lot about President Trump’s executive order shutting out foreign nationals from certain countries from the US and causing panic and disruption at airports.
However did you know that the executive order also included a section on privacy policies that affects us directly here in Canada? Read More
Yet another news story this morning about a school hit with Ransomware and paying the $28,000 extortion fee. It’s not a matter of pay the ransom or lose files. A ransomware solution exists, right now, that will protect you and cost less than paying the extortion. Read More
Do you know the 3-2-1 backup rule? It is a fundamental principle for protecting your data. Following the 3-2-1 backup rule will ensure you have good copies of your data to go to when a failure occurs in your organization.
Learn it and plan for it up front and you will be protected when disaster strikes. Read More
If you organize files and folders it not only helps the company more easily find their files, it makes backups easier. How will you know what important files need to be backed up? You need a plan, a method to ensure your business files are backed up. Here’s what we have found works.
A June 2016 survey reveals that a whopping 95% of respondents had to use their Disaster Recovery Plan in the past twelve months! The survey reached out to 250 UK decision makers to see how they approach and leverage their DR plans. Read More
You’ve decided to start backing up to the cloud, good for you! However your company has been around for a while and you have a lot of data to backup. How do you get 500Gb or more up to the cloud backup server using your current Internet bandwidth restrictions?