In the past decade, data volumes have been growing exponentially in every sector. Such growth has forced companies to spend substantial amounts of money, sometimes over their approved budget, to protect and manage the data. As a result, IT admins are searching for a way to effectively narrow the data affordability gap and find storage solutions that are cost effective, simple and optimized.Read More
When considering cloud backup for your business, you will notice that there are thousands of service providers out there. Among those various service providers, there are different backup methodologies; each comes with their advantages and disadvantages. It is helpful to understand these to help you find the solution that will be the best fit for your situation.
To get started, here are few simple definitions:Read More
Cloud based customer satisfaction is directly related to the efficiency and quality of the cloud services provided and the type and extent of the cloud support given. Customers demand customized services, depending on the nature of their business. Therefore, it is necessary to realize what customers actually need and what types of services are best for them. Detailed communication must be provided through strong and reliable customer support services. In fact, open communication is one of the best ways to make clients satisfied and happy.Read More
If your database administrator is having sleepless nights, chances are, they may not have the right backup and data security solutions. Business leadership can sometimes be lulled into a false sense of security in thinking that their employees won’t steal or provide unauthorized access to company data. However, many studies show that most data loss can be attributed to authorized system users who unintentionally opened the system to a breach. Given this fact and the challenges of keeping IT systems up-to-date, many IT Administrators live with a constant consciousness of the risks and impending blame of data loss.Read More
One of the most challenging tasks in data backup is the capture of files that are open or in use by an application. Many users believe that if they select a file for backup, for example the Outlook PST file that contains your email, contacts and calendar, it will be included whenever a backup occurs. Unfortunately, they often find out when attempting to recover the file that it has not actually been backed up.
Normally, Operating Systems like Windows do not permit users to perform any action on an open file and since applications like Outlook are rarely shut down by most users, the open file could not be backed up. So how do you ensure that open files like your Outlook PST are backed up in order to ensure you can perform data recovery in case of a disaster?Read More