We just answered an email from a client asking for advice about storing data, and we thought it might be of interest to other digital packrats out there… If money was no object, we’d all have multi-terabyte drives in our PCs and keep every file we ever created at our fingertips. Instead, we prioritize, just [...]
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In these lean times, people shop for less expensive connectivity choices, but business networks aren’t as simple as home networks. Changing Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can cause connectivity issues on a business network if the new modem isn’t configured properly. Even without changing ISPs, similar problems can arise when replacing your router or even just a wireless access [...]
In light of recent natural disasters, it seems like a good time to remind businesses to review their disaster preparedness and business continuity plans. Disaster mitigation and recovery requires that businesses plan for various types of catastrophes such that when weighed against budgetary constraints, their responses maintain appropriate degrees of availability, integrity, and confidentiality of their data.