The Beginner’s Guide to Differential Backups

The Beginner’s Guide to Differential Backups

How often do you back up your business’s data? Research shows that over nine in 10 businesses that experience a catastrophic data loss event don’t recover from it. Rather, they are forced to shut down. While there are different ways to back up your...
How to Recover From a Ransomware Attack

How to Recover From a Ransomware Attack

There’s nothing worse than booting up your computer, only to discover that it’s been infected with ransomware. Ransomware consists of a form of malware that’s designed to lock files so that you are unable to access them. As the name suggests, it will...
What Is Data Corruption?

What Is Data Corruption?

Data is the foundation of all digital information. Whether you’re viewing a web page, checking your inbox or watching an online video, your computer will receive data. Data, however, can undergo changes during transmission and storage. Depending on the type of...
Data Recovery vs Restoration: What’s the Difference?

Data Recovery vs Restoration: What’s the Difference?

Data is the foundation on which digital information is built. When saving customers’ names and addresses, product information, marketing plans, employee payroll documents and other information on a computer, you’ll create data. Businesses, of course,...
5 Essential Parts of a Disaster Recovery Plan

5 Essential Parts of a Disaster Recovery Plan

Hope for the best but prepare for the worst is a mantra by which all business owners should live. According to a study conducted by Gartner, the average cost of information technology (IT) downtime incurred by businesses is over $5,000 per minute. If your...
5 Common Data Backup Technologies

5 Common Data Backup Technologies

What technology do you use to back up your business’s data? Data loss is a concern when running a business. Research shows that about 6% of all computers will experience a data loss event in any given year. Depending on the type of data your business loses, you...