How Good is Your Backup (Actually)?

Posted by Tom on October 12, 2020 at 1:31 PM

Strong and resilient backups are the most important piece of protecting your business. Cybersecurity is an ever-evolving arms race. Antivirus, spam filtering, and firewall vendors are all constantly plugging holes and vulnerabilities only for malicious actors to abandon their old tricks and find new ones. No matter how elaborate your security mechanisms are, they will never truly be 100% effective forever; there will always be some small risk. Whether that’s a brand-new exploit or users being tricked, malware and scammers will always try to find a way in. Those protective measures also won’t do much good against natural disasters or hardware failure, either.

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Topics: Information Technology, CryptoLocker, Network Security, Technology Services, Backups

Two Important Aspects of Your Backup Strategy

Posted by Dionne on November 15, 2018 at 10:52 AM

As we pointed out in our blog post earlier this month, while backups are essential for the health of your business, there are many details which often remain overlooked in a basic backup plan. These oversights can render any strategy useless just when you need it the most…even if there are backup files available somewhere.

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Topics: Information Technology, Technology Services, Backups

How to Create a Backup Plan for Your Business

Posted by Dionne on November 8, 2018 at 2:13 PM

Having the right backup solution can save your company from losing important data, having to pay a ransom to retrieve it, or potentially costing your business the valuable secrets that keep it competitive. At the very least, nobody wants to re-key all of their accounting data if something goes wrong after, say, a long period-end process. These are all real consequences that have brought clients to us for help and a plan.

Still, it’s difficult to know how to begin developing a backup plan without some guidance. Here are some key questions we ask when helping customers design a new backup strategy…or evaluate the effectiveness of a current one:

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Topics: Information Technology, Business Technology, Technology Services, Backups

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