Given the current climate, the last thing most of us want to think about is another disaster, but we can’t afford not to. Working from home is “flattening the curve” but it cannot prevent the multitude of natural and man-made misfortunes that can strike down a network. Network downtime is extremely expensive under normal circumstances. According to Gartner, one minute of downtime is equivalent to $5,600 or $93.333 per second. According to recent data, almost seven out of 10 knowledge workers are working from home right now, magnifying the importance of network uptime. Companies are focused on keeping their employees…
Structuring Recovery and Business Continuity in an Unstructured Environment
Disaster recovery and business continuity must function now in a far more risk-laden and complex environment. While ransomware threats continue...
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Cybersecurity’s Lesser-Known Pain Point: Operational Technology Systems
Worldwide focus on cybersecurity is not new. Over the last decade, governments and corporations have invested heavily in information technology...
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Is Your Business Compliant with Data Sovereignty Requirements?
Data sovereignty regulations can be challenging for companies. One of the main difficulties is keeping track of where data is...
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How Data Centers Help Embattled Enterprises in the Fight Against Ransomware
The recent Colonial Pipeline ransomware disruption highlights the fact that it’s not likely a question of “if” your organization will...
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