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Data backup is one of the most important aspects of your company's infrastructure. Without data availability, your business will come to a standstill. So it's bizarre that most business owners fail to have a proper data backup strategy in place - and when disasters strike, it will be too late to act. You really do need to take a proactive approach to backing up your data and keeping your business functioning normally at all times.
When servers are working properly, you would never know they were there. When they are malfunctioning, servers become the scourge of the universe single-handedly bringing your business to a halt. In many ways, your servers are the heartbeat of your business. A strong one ensures good health while down servers are likely to leave your organization flatlining. Don't let that happen to you. Here are three questions to ask about your company's servers.
If you've read our blog before, you know security is paramount to the success of any business. We cover the ever increasing cases of security violation in big and small businesses, as well as national and international organizations where data, applications, networks, and devices have been illegally accessed by unauthorized people. Today let's look at simple preventive measures to ensure these risks don't befall your business.
From hosting websites, email, applications and online file storage, the cloud has become a popular alternative to traditional IT services for business. In fact, it is almost impossible to find a data center that doesn't employ cloud-based services of some kind. But incidents of cloud hacks and server failures can lead some business owners to be wary of a service that still has much confusion surrounding it.
The prevalence of digital data has become an integral part of life and business in modern times. Staggering amounts of data is generated every day and businesses have grown exponentially as they've found ways to monetize it. In fact, most experts agree that by the year 2020, there will be 1.7 terabytes of data generated per person on the planet. But in the here and now, we're already struggling to keep data backed up and safe.
Cyber security is something you hear about a lot these days. Sometimes it’s thrown around to scare business owners, other times it has proven to be a cautionary tale, one that small businesses can learn from to fend themselves from online threats that can leave devastating impact. What’s certain is statistics don’t lie, and as much as you’d like to believe your business is safe, the worst could happen at any time.