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Category: Disaster Recovery

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Cloud Computing and the IT administrator

IT administrators in organisations that make use of cloud computing technology argue that they spend less time doing mundane activities. This is the key finding from the latest BetterCloud study. It also showed a clear trend of larger organisations migrating to cloud services such as Office 365, as opposed to small and medium enterprises running…
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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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Utilising Recovery as a Service technology

The business case for Recovery as a Service has never been stronger in 2015. Thanks to cloud computing technology, there are now a number of ways to effectively safeguard your business data. With all the different options available there is no reason to not protect it. After all, could you afford to take the risk…
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Disaster Recovery for Private Clouds

A recent CloudEndure report assesses industry Disaster Recovery plans for Public Cloud solutions. The report finds that a key risk to cloud computing system availability remains human error. Interviewing 116 IT professionals, the report examines the various disaster recovery protocols that businesses have in place for their Private Cloud Solutions. The results find that organisations believe human…
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Could your business survive if your office didn’t?

It’s hard to imagine losing your entire physical business and everything inside it, but unfortunately for many unprepared businesses this is often a reality. You can avoid this with a Disaster Recovery plan. In 2014, there were eight climate related events which caused losses of over $1 billion in the United States. Naturally, these catastrophic…
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