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4 Disaster Recovery Best Practices That Could Help Save Your Bacon

  • November 14, 2018
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A small enterprise and rock-solid techs by no means guarantee a speedy bounce-back when unplanned IT failures or other outages occur. Believing they are is a recipe for, well, disaster. Instead, smaller enterprises should take to heart Disaster Recovery (DR) / Business Continuity Planning (BCP) best practices posted on TechTarget’s

4 Factors Sparking Renewed Interest in Disaster Recovery

  • September 6, 2016
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In the last couple of decades, high-profile superstorms, wildfires and other destructive natural events have inspired many disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity planning (BCP) initiatives by illuminating business’ vulnerability to sudden IT-infrastructure damage and critical data loss. But, as revealed in an ITBusinessEdge (ITBE) article on the subject, the

3 Convenient Un-Truths About Disaster Recovery

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  • June 2, 2016
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To most SMBs, DR is the familiar acronym for Disaster Recovery, an area of security planning in which companies document the processes and procedures they will take to protect (and quickly restore) IT infrastructure following a catastrophic natural or human-induced event, such as employee malice or neglect, and yes, even

Your Most Powerful Disaster Recovery Tool: The Check List

  • May 19, 2015
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March 31 was “World Backup Day,” a time on the eve of “April Fools’ Day” to contemplate just how prepared we are for a data disaster. And while measuring individual preparedness may be a dubious pursuit, a recent edition of the Wall Street Journal’s Risk & Compliance Journal delivered some

Consider Hybrid-Cloud Solutions for Disaster Recovery

  • April 28, 2015
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After a decade of highly publicized (and broadly experienced) regional calamities – such as wild fires in the west, tornadoes in the Midwest, blizzards in the north and hurricanes along the east coast and Gulf – companies of all kinds and sizes are well aware of the impact natural disasters

Add Riots to List of Threats Requiring Disaster Recovery Planning

  • February 3, 2015
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To most business owners, disaster continuity planning is as exciting as tax planning. You know you must plan, but you often put off preparations until spurred into action by an event. Of course, Hurricane Sandy served as the dire wake-up call that all companies must take backup and recovery seriously.

Everything You Need to Have in Your Disaster Recovery Arsenal

  • November 11, 2014
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It is estimated that more than half of all small businesses are not adequately prepared for data loss and, for many of these businesses, a loss of data could lead to significant financial setbacks (more than $163,000 per hour according to the Aberdeen Group) and even bankruptcy. Plus, for many

Business Continuity Basics: 3-Step Disaster Recovery Planning

  • October 30, 2014
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The irony of sweeping events is they can lead to narrow thinking. So it is with disasters. We see the damage caused by storms, floods, fires and other catastrophes. We feel the threat to life and limb when calamities collide with our lives. And when we are fortunate enough to

5 Basics for Selecting an MSP for Disaster Recovery

  • July 10, 2014
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Last month was a big one for cyber extortion, ransomware (See ITinflections post “Cryptolocker: Avoid Ransomware with Healthy Paranoia” for more) and other malicious hacking. (See ITinflections post “What is a DDoS Attack? And How Can SMBs Deflect One?”) In an article for InformationWeek’s Dark Reading security newsletter (“6 Recent

5 Critical Elements for Your Disaster Recovery Planning

  • October 17, 2013
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From super storms to wild fires, natural disasters during the last couple of years have inspired businesses of all sizes to review their disaster recovery plans as a whole. And in response to this demand, IT Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are offering small businesses a spectrum of outsource options for
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