BIOS: How It Works and When to Use It

BIOS: How It Works and When to Use It

Regardless of what type of computer you own, it probably has a Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). You typically won’t see the BIOS when booting up your computer, nor will see it when navigating and using your computer. Rather, the BIOS is hidden on a separate...
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...
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...
An Introduction to On-The-Fly Encryption

An Introduction to On-The-Fly Encryption

There are different ways to encrypt data on your computer’s hard drive. While they all use an algorithm to convert data into a secured and encrypted format, some of them have different properties than others. On-the-fly encryption, for instance, has become a...
5 Features to Look for in a Backup as a Service (BaaS)

5 Features to Look for in a Backup as a Service (BaaS)

How do you typically back up your business’s data? Creating regular backups is essential to protecting against data loss. Even if you an original data record is lost or deleted, you restore it using a copy of the record. You don’t have to manually back up...