We can all help to make the internet more secure by practicing safe computing.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness month.
The FBI has published an article with tips on how to protect yourself online.
There are some things you can do to protect your small business or organization from Ransomware.
Were you affected by the Equifax data breach? Find out here.
Are you prepared for a disaster? Plan for disaster recovery BEFORE a disaster strikes.
Can you recover from a failed server in minutes with your current backup solution, or is it more like hours or days?
Your server has failed, or maybe the data has been encrypted by ransomware.
Good new is, you have a backup. So, how long will it take you to be back in business?
Managed IT services such as a BDR can help protect your business data from the many threats that are out there.
Here's the latest threat. This is a newer, more sinister version of an older ransomware. This new one doesn't even want any money, it just wants to destroy your data. Yep, destroy your data with no chance to even pay a ransom and get it back.
Let that one sink in for a minute.
Your best defense against ransomware is a rock-solid backup.
With ransomware attacks expected to multiply, protecting your small business data has never been more critical.
Was your backup successful last night?
How do you know?
We get a report each and every day that tells us if our client's server and workstation backups were successful or if there were any issues preventing a successful backup.
Backup your systems with the industry leading VEEAM Availability Suite and feel good about your backups. With VEEAM, you can do a nightly boot check to see if your backed up server or workstation image is bootable and therefore usable as a backup for you.
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Ransomware is a business for bad guys.
These bad guys prey on us good guys (and gals) when we let our guard down or don't take the right steps to prepare to protect our business information.