Downtime and data loss are only getting more expensive, and many businesses are finding creative ways to set up their IT environments. That way, when disaster strikes, they can keep operations up and running, even as they repair damage....More
There are things in life over which you have no control—unexpected things. An employee might delete an essential file, a faithful client might stop subscribing to your service, or an employee might leave your organization to pursue other opportunities. Things like this happen every day....More
In 1983, when Connecticut Computer Science (CTCOMP) started offering IT infrastructure solutions to small and medium-sized businesses in Connecticut and western Massachusetts, they used the traditional solution provider model. As more of their customers moved to cloud-based technologies, CTCOMP started transitioning to a different disaster recovery platform....More
The smell of diesel fuel triggers memories for Jennifer Mazzanti. She and husband Carl Mazzanti are Hurricane Sandy survivors. So is the business they run together, eMazzanti Technologies in Hoboken, New Jersey....More
Natural disasters cause major disruption across various infrastructures and services, but they’re not very common. On the other hand, disasters such as hardware component failure on a critical server, data theft or accidental deletion of a critical document are more than likely....More
Modern, image-based backup software makes it easy and possible for you to protect your entire system by making copies of your data. However, what’s not so easy is making sure you can always use that backed-up data....More
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