12Jan, 2018
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Spectre and Meltdown Vulnerabilities

A few days ago, the attack scenarios “Meltdown” and “Spectre” have been uncovered. They have the potential to collect sensitive data from storage areas, using a vulnerability in the architecture of processors. If you are a managed service customer your servers have been patched already at the OS level.  BIOS updates are in the works and more information will be provided on this page when […]

Tips on Small Business Data Backup

If you start a small business or are already working in business, your data is something that you can not afford to lose. Backing up data for small businesses is important for the life of your business.

16Oct, 2017
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Small Companies Often in the Dark About Cyberattacks

Nearly 60 percent of small businesses have been the victims of a cyberattack over the past year, but the vast majority didn’t realize that they had been attacked, according to Nationwide’s third annual survey of 1,069 businesses with fewer than 299 employees. Initially, only 13 percent of the participating companies said they had been victims of a cyberattack.

16Oct, 2017
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Survey: Many Small Businesses Ignore Data Protection at Their Own Risk

Small and midsize businesses are facing more cyberthreats than ever before. But many aren’t doing enough to protect themselves, according to a new survey.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.fundera.com

By taking some simple steps you can go along way towards protecting data. With a little further thought and investment you can be more assured that in the event of a disaster, your business can continue to operate.

22Jun, 2017
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3-2-1 Backup Rule

The Backup 3-2-1 rule, or 3-2-1 Backup Plan is a simple guide to help maximise the availability of your data in the case of loss or disaster. Backing up your data is only the first step, being able to recover it is just as important. In other words, the 3-2-1 backup rule means you should:Have at least three copies of your data.Store the copies on […]