If you’re like many organizations, you have an inadequate disaster recovery (DR) program that leaves you vulnerable to risks such as loss of revenue, penalties and fines, not to mention the potential for negative impact to your business reputation due to downtime or data loss. Despite these risks, you’re likely having a difficult time justifying an adequate investment in DR to your senior management. You may feel like the only way you can attract management’s attention to this issue is to manually pull the plug on your data center on a regular basis. This article will give you strategies for…
Backup and Disaster Recovery Services: Only as Reliable as Your Network Connection
Most of us are aware of the growing importance of data for today’s information-driven businesses and organizations. Data has become...
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Tracey Rice Named to DRJ Executive Council
ARNOLD, Mo. – Tracey Rice was recently appointed to the Disaster Recovery Journal Executive Council. Rice is the senior vice...
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How to Defend Against Cyberattacks That Take Over Admin Accounts
In July, 45 high-profile Twitter accounts tweeted variations of the same offer: Send me any amount of Bitcoin, and I’ll...
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Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity: Better Late than Never
Critical infrastructure is the heartbeat of America. It covers everything from shelter and agriculture, to public health and transportation. So...
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