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Could your data centre withstand a natural disaster?

Recent research from Zenium Technology partners has uncovered that one in two organisations are failing to operate from a data centre that can withstand a natural disaster. Its ‘Managing Growth, Risk and the Cloud’ report found businesses to date have suffered around five incidents on average, in total with their data centre. Despite these figures,…
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Disaster Recovery: back up your data or lose it forever

Tuesday 31st March 2015 was the annual ‘world backup day’ which helps to create awareness of the importance of backing up both your personal and corporate files. Some individuals may choose to simply backup important images or videos, whereas IT managers may need to backup entire servers full of information. According to a recent infographic…
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Business continuity – Tape vs Cloud backup

What solution is best for my business? Tape backups can be a useful if you are working for a small company that needs a simple internal Business Continuity solution. As long as you can commit to swapping the tapes on a regular basis, then depending on the rate of change this could be an acceptable solution. When…
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virtualDCS partners with Compare the Cloud

Richard May, Managing director of Cloud Computing experts’ virtualDCS, is now a thought leader on Compare the Cloud, a comprehensive Cloud comparison website.

virtualDCS shortlisted in national business continuity awards

Leeds-based IT hosting company virtualDCS is celebrating after being shortlisted for a key award in the Business Continuity Awards 2011, organised by leading trade title Continuity, Insurance & Risk (CIR) magazine. virtualDCS’s business continuity and disaster recovery solution ‘CloudCover™’ has been shortlisted in the ‘Most Innovative Solution of The Year’ category in the awards, which…
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How can cloud computing help with power outages?

New analysis shows that office-related problems such as power and communications failures are now the top sources of business disruption in the UK, over and above technology problems.