Category: backup

27 March 2019

Why Ransomware is Still a Threat

There was much talk at the start of this year about cryptojacking being the new cyber threat and ransomware being a threat of the past. Sadly that’s not the case, it’s still around and continuing to cause serious damage.

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23 January 2019

The Importance of Business Continuity in Manufacturing

Disruption to the production floor can lead to lost profit and disappointed customers. It’s estimated that downtime costs UK manufacturers £180bn a year* and in many cases it’s caused by the failure of factory equipment. Yet, as manufacturing becomes more automated, the risks of downtime increasingly need to factor in the prospect of IT failure.

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4 December 2018

The Human Factor in Business Continuity

Business Continuity is not just about making sure your IT systems can be restored in the event of a crisis. It’s about the overall ability of your organisation to resume normal operations as quickly as possible.

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16 November 2017

Six Steps to Protecting Client Data

For a law firm there is no doubt that protecting client data is absolutely critical. Cyber criminals are on the lookout for sensitive information they can use to extort money and with the new General Data Protection Regulation due to become mandatory by 25 May 2018, there has never been a more important time to ... Six Steps to Protecting Client Data

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27 September 2017

Eight Questions to Ask for Effective Backup and Disaster Recovery

With IT systems at risk from anything from cyber attacks to weather events and simple human error, it’s never been a better time to check that you have the right processes in place to protect them. Downtime and loss of data is damaging not only in financial terms but also to your organisation’s reputation if ... Eight Questions to Ask for Effective Backup and Disaster Recovery

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