5 Signs Your Business Could Be Facing an IT Disaster

In the UK, it’s less likely for a natural disaster to be a threat to our livelihood and our businesses than other places in the world—although in recent years the autumn floods, ...

Lights out: Can the U.S. survive a ‘catastrophic’ power outage?

Recently, the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) examined the ability of the U.S. federal government to respond to and recover from a catastrophic power outage striking a large swath of the ...

Make Sure Your Network Security Is Ready for the Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday shopping season kicks off tomorrow. There will be a notable spike in holiday shopping as people across the country rush to take advantage of the deals and bargains available on ...

Unveiling the Threats You Can’t See: Cybersecurity Advice for the Trucking Industry

The trucking industry is no stranger to threats. Fleets are constantly implementing security measures to reduce the risk of stolen cargo and prepare for deteriorating infrastructure and driver safety on the road ...

Five Tips for Business Continuity During a Disruption

Aspects of business are so interconnected—from transportation to email to facilities management to data storage—that compromise or disruption of simply one aspect can affect the entire business. And such disruptions aren't limited ...
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Disaster Recovery as a Service – Failover and/or Recovery

While Backup as a Service (BaaS) is prevalent in both the Consumer and Business world, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is geared mostly towards the Business world. What needs to be ...

Weaving Resiliency Into The Fabric Of Your Organization

While it?s critical to get back to business as soon as possible after a disaster knocks your organization out of commission, it?s even better to be resilient enough to resist being knocked ...

Do You Have the Most Up-to-Date Software for Your Business?

Good quality software is likely the backbone of your business, helping to ensure that nothing slips through the cracks and that everything—from the hours spent on client communications to the money entering ...