How to Decide Which Business Data to Archive The world is headed toward a storage crunch. Are you prepared? Optimizing data storage is one of the most commonly overlooked opportunities to create savings. As most business owners don’t have the time to keep track of the status of their data, or of the constantly evolving…Read More..
How File Archiving Solutions Optimize Virtual Machine Backup Virtualisation and VM snapshots have changed the way today’s companies approach data protection, but it’s not a replacement for traditional backups. Today’s blog looks at how software-based file archiving solutions and virtual machine backups fit into a secure data protection strategy. Let’s start with a file archiving…Read More..
Backup Storage Tapes: Is the End Nigh? The technology behind storage tape backups has been commercially available since the 1970s. Does it still hold up to modern file archiving demands? When it comes to questions about storage tape backup, our clients fall into two general categories: those who believe tape is the only truly reliable…Read More..
File Archiving 101: The Basics on How to Save Space, Time and Money on Storage How it works, how to avoid common mistakes, and how our innovative stub-based approach keeps your archived files accessible. If your business uses computers to store work, records and other sensitive information, you probably have at least a passing…Read More..
Why Physical File Archiving is on the Way Out Stop stocking up on external hard drives and make better use of your shared server with a software-based file archiving solution. Here’s how relying on physical storage can hamper your business. There is no shortage of reasons why you should be archiving your files, from improving…Read More..
There are many reasons to archive data, but mostly it comes down to aligning data preservation with other company goals such as keeping cost structures low and system performance high. While there are a variety of ways to archive older, unused data some are better than others. Solutions offering seamless data access and central policy…Read More..
Archiving your data can feel like a daunting task, especially the more data you have to manage. If you have been paying an ever-increasing amount of money to store and manage your data or suffering from long and cumbersome data backups, you should consider archiving your data. A quick audit of your data will show…Read More..
How much time do you spend thinking about the security of your construction company data? If you are like most in the construction industry, you are probably focused on keeping your current projects on time and within budget. Perhaps even preparing the next bid simultaneously? Many construction companies have been slow to buy into computer technology, and slower still to recognizing their own data vulnerability.
Secure data is of the utmost importance, especially for companies that deal with a lot of financial information. Sure, you are vulnerable to spying from competitors, but it’s the risk your clients and employees face that matters most. Employment records, financials, and blueprints – it is all vulnerable to theft. You are also a potential victim of ransomware attacks. This is when hackers hold your data access hostage, releasing it only once they’ve received a payout. It’s a scary world – one in which you should never leave your data unprotected.
Here are 5 ways your construction company can secure its data starting now.Read More..
For startups and small businesses alike, managing data backup and recovery effectively requires strategic thinking. Pairing the right solution with these strategies allow you to accomplish more without a major investment or commitment of resources. The first step in this process is to answer key questions about what data backup method you should be using. What information needs to be backed up? What are your data recovery objectives? Only once you’ve answered these questions can you determine what method of data backup you should use.Read More..
To gaming companies, 24/7 data access as well as secure disaster recovery is critical. Though data back-up is an essential component of operational integrity for businesses of all types, for the gaming industry it is probably the most important. Following best practices for backing up gaming files could be considered a matter of survival. This is because,…Read More..