When you hear the phrase "Disaster Recover" your are probably thinking of inhospitable environments or locations that suffer from extreme weather events. Did you know that most “Disaster” events occur from system failures, human error or cyber-attack? Your data is your most valuable assets and the loss of data can have a detrimental effect on
Making the Case for Cloud to Cloud Backup
It's likely that the computer system you are using today is still equipped with the traditional spinning Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and while there is no urgent rush to change them, just as VHS was replaced by DVD, HDD drives are slowly being replaced by Solid State Drives (SSD). How do they differ?
Customers can purchase their online backup plan from the options below. Payment options. Prices include VAT at 21% 10gb per month : €12.10EUR - monthly 20gb per month : €24.20EUR - monthly 30gb per month : €36.30EUR - monthly 40gb per month : €48.60EUR - monthly 50gb per month : €60.50EUR - monthly
Not many business owners are aware that since 2002 almost all office copy machines and scanners contain a standard hard drive similar to an ordinary desktop computer or hard drive. This hard drive essentially stores every single scan to memory. Take a look at the video below for more information. If you have any questions
Sending large file attachments over e-mail is usually an issue for businesses who generally use software such as Autocad for technical drawings or large PDF documents for marketing campaigns or even movie files, music files and high resolution images in day-to-day activities. Most email systems simply don't cope very well when transmitting such files. They are usually not
For servers that are, let's say ‘maturing in age', business owners & management are often faced with the task of having to free up disk space and very often don't know where to begin. Understandably, most people faced with his prospect usually begin with a gentle email reminding staff that the shared drive is for office
When it comes to your employee password policy, you should decide whether your I.T system requires strict policing or not. If you are a company that is regularly audited, you hold sensitive or private information, etc then this a bit of a no-brainer. A decent policy requires that you use a complex password, it should