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?
This Non Profit Cloud Backup guide is for Canadian organizations thinking about backing up to the cloud.
We answer the questions you may have about cloud backups and explain the features.
We explain the 3-2-1 rule and why you need it.
We will show you why cloud backup is the most effective way to protect your data and get it offsite.
You would automatically think you should backup everything, but should you? Just as you should think and plan what it is you want to backup, you also need to give thought to what you don’t need to backup. Backing up what you don’t need wastes time and backup disk space on your backup server and won’t help you recover from a disaster. So what don’t you need? Read More
Ugh, a hard drive failure. The hard drive is still likely the most fragile component on a computer. Sure, they have got more robust over the years, and can survive more G-forces than they used to. But the problem is not really the hard drive itself, the problem is that people keep dropping their computers. Or, they get knocked onto the floor by associates, pets, or the laptop just gets generally abused over time. The result? A hard drive failure.
Here we are at the end of another year, and time to think about New Year’s Resolutions. If your business fiscal year matches a calendar year then by now you’ve probably looked back over 2013 – but have you looked forward to 2014?
Here’s 5 resolutions for your business and website that will help you and your business grow and be more effective. Read More
CloudPockets.com has released a Mac version of their popular online backup client.
CloudPockets has had a Windows based client since 2010 and now enables customers with Apple computers to back them up using the same easy and intuitive software client. Read More