• Protect Critical Financial Data with Proactive Disaster Recovery Planning

    Protecting your clients' financial data is the most important aspect of your information technology security stack, and that includes ensuring that you can access your critical information in the event of a disaster. Even the most proactive disaster recovery planning efforts can fall short if they're not reviewed regularly to maintain compliance and protect against new and upcoming threats. A flat-file backup provides the first level of support that you need for your disaster recovery efforts, but will it be enough in the event of an extensive system failure?
  • 5 Ways Proactive Cyber Security Impacts Your Businesses

    The number and severity of cyber attacks continue to accelerate, making it critically important that your business is protected from these attacks. This is particularly true of organizations that store a great deal of personal and financial information such as finance and healthcare institutions.
  • Why Data Backup is Important for Your Business

    Proactive backup and recovery procedures provide you with a level of comfort knowing that your information is safeguarded, even in the event of a cybersecurity incident or natural disaster. Whether you prefer an on-premise backup strategy or a cloud-based solution, see why data backup is critically important for your business.
  • How Skimping on Data Protection Can Cost Your Business

    There are plenty of places in business where cutting corners can add significant savings to your bottom line: executive perks, travel budgets and even marketing expenses are prime targets. However, there is one place where you do not want to skimp, and that is on data protection services.