The importance of disaster recovery testing can’t be overstated. It’s one thing to have a DR plan in place. It’s a whole different ballgame to execute that plan flawlessly because so much can go wrong in the eye of the storm. You might encounter an issue and have no idea who to call. You might have a name and number, but then you realize in the middle of the crisis that the individual no longer works for your company. These are just some of the issues which could arise in a disaster. If you’re missing even a single piece of…
Online Business – the Icing on the Phisher’s Cake
The events of last year triggered a mass wave of digitization, as businesses had to establish a solely online presence...
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SAR Satellites Can Provide Life-Saving Aid for Disaster Recovery Efforts
Large-scale flooding caused by heavy rains in Germany and devastating landslides in the popular Japanese tourist resort of Atami are...
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What Really Happens During a Ransomware Attack?
By early 2020, ransomware attacks had increased by 41% over 2019 levels, and the average ransom payment had risen to...
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The Advantages of Cloud Desktops in DR and Business Continuity
By BRAD PETERSON The combination of remote work and sudden outages doesn’t have to shut an organization down. Provider outages...
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