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Tag: Disaster Recovery

Top 7 Considerations When Buying a Business Firewall

Top 7 Considerations When Buying a Business Firewall

Cybersecurity is a major concern for almost every business decision maker today. It doesn’t matter what segment of the business you’re responsible for, it is vulnerable to cyber criminals with nefarious intentions. Business firewalls monitor your internet traffic, allowing necessary traffic and blocking malicious actors.That is why understanding the most important issues when choosing a […]

8 Ways a Firewall Protects Your Business

8 Ways a Firewall Protects Your Business

The past few years has seen an alarming rise in the number of disastrous cyberattacks on businesses and government. Between 2019 and 2020, ransomware attacks rose by 62 percent worldwide, and 158 percent in North America alone. These distressing statistics are the reason your overall cybersecurity plan must include a managed business firewall. But what […]

5 Advantages of Off-Site Storage for Small Businesses

5 Advantages of Off-Site Storage for Small Businesses

Keeping critical business information on site instead of in private or cloud-based storage is no longer practical and can lead to severe ramifications in the event of a disaster like hardware failure, power outages, and more. According to the National Archives & Records Administration in Washington D.C, 93% of companies that lost access to data […]

Why Cloud Data Protection Is Critical for Remote Work Setups

Why Cloud Data Protection Is Critical for Remote Work Setups

A breach that puts your data in the hands of a cybercriminal can take place in a matter of seconds, and can be catastrophic, costing thousands of dollars or worse. Most businesses have implemented some form of backups as a part of their IT support model. However, the type of solution needs to fit the […]

How Does Virtualization Help Data Protection and Disaster Recovery?

How Does Virtualization Help Data Protection and Disaster Recovery?

In years past, data protection or disaster recovery meant having an offsite backup or taking physical drives and moving them to an offsite location. We have come a long way since those days; we now have Data Protection as a Service (DPaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). What is Data Protection as a […]