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Protect Your Data for Regulatory and Corporate Compliance

No one wants to believe that their organization will be the target of compliance auditors and potential fines and penalties for non-compliance, but that threat is real and increasing. Some organizations believe that they cannot afford the necessary precautions to meet heightened compliance standards. However, a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute and Globalscape…Read More

Recovering from Ransomware: The Solution – Unbreakable Backup

Ransomware is one of the most prevalent threats that organizations face today. Data backups are an important way to shield your company from ransomware attacks; it is like an organization-wide insurance policy. But what happens when these backups become compromised? More and more, bad actors are coming after backups now, too. Ransomware attacks can target…Read More

Storage Optimization – Key Steps to Maximize File Protection and Storage ROI

Cost-Efficient Storage Optimization Storage optimization may be defined as the process of moving data to the most efficient and cost-effective storage system for that data.  Here are a few quick steps to cost effectively identify, manage, and protect your most important data. Step 1: Identify You can’t protect what you can’t see or identify, yet…Read More

How to Protect Your Organization From Ransomware

Understanding what data is at risk during a ransomware attack is the first and most critical step to take, in order to prevent a large-scale disaster. Ransomware extortionists attack the computer network with malware that encrypts every file, and then demands a large ransom payment to a “darknet” site before the decryption key is provided.…Read More

How to Keep Your Business Alive in the Face of a Natural Disaster

These days, every business knows the threat of data breaches, with most, if not all, investing in proactive protection and reactive recovery measures to mitigate risks against data loss. But what about natural disasters? Hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes, fires, landslides – according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2017 was the most expensive year on…Read More

Combat File Volatility

Recently ZDNet reported that Microsoft’s long-awaited feature update introduced a bug which deleted user files in a way not easily recoverable. An underappreciated problem with modern computer systems is despite the layers of error detection, they remain unable to tell the user when files (or folders full of files) simply disappear. The cause can be…Read More

Safeguard Your Surveillance Data or Fall Foul of the Law

Video surveillance has advanced rapidly since CCTV was invented in 1942. However, the ongoing growth in the use of video surveillance brings with it new challenges for data storage, and as the role of CCTV grows ever more important, it is critical that it is managed and protected in the correct way. In particular, it’s…Read More

The Best of Both Worlds

Although the cloud does bring a wealth of business benefits, it’s important to find the right ‘cloud balance’ for your business. By this we mean a complimentary architecture that supports both cloud and on-premises hardware to provide your business with the best of both worlds. Cloud computing offers flexibility and elasticity, but it’s also important…Read More

Blockchain for Ransomware Protection

There’s been a lot of buzz about blockchain and how it plays in our digital world.  Blockchain, originally devised for the digital currency Bitcoin, is getting a “bad rap” because bitcoins are the chosen currency by cybercriminals in ransomware attacks.  The underlying technology that gives blockchain a variety of uses is the ability to allow…Read More

Silent Data Corruption – Here’s How to Beat It!

IT professionals are constantly attacked by outside threats trying to steal and destroy your organization’s data. But what about those serious threats that are not from external adversaries, and happen without you even knowing? Silent data corruption is an actual, no-BS thing proven by hardcore researchers. The world-renowned CERN did a landmark study in 2007 testing 3,000 servers attached to…Read More