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14 Disaster Recovery Terms Every Business Owner Needs To Know

14 Disaster Recovery Terms Every Business Owner Needs To Know

Does the term ‘warm site’ leave you cold? Are you baffled by ‘redundancy’? And when your IT consultant mentions your RPO do you just grunt and nod your head knowingly, when really you don’t have a clue? You’re not on your own. When it comes to disaster recovery terminology many small business owners and employees …

Disaster Recovery – and how to avoid needing it!

Disaster Recovery – and how to avoid needing it!

Website and online network disasters have a variety of causes, from human error to device failure, to fire, floods and earthquakes. And whilst there is little way of predicting when they are going to happen, it’s Sod’s law that it will be when you least expect it and when it’s most inconvenient. So, to help, …

Advantages of Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing

Advantages of Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing

Disaster Recovery plans and infrastructures are a necessity for large enterprises for which operating would be an issue if their mission critical applications were to crash or become unavailable. Most DR infrastructures have adopted the method of replicating the infrastructure and hardware of the primary site at a backup location; this ensures that when an …

Important benefits offered by Cloud Computing

Important benefits offered by Cloud Computing

We are all aware of the term Cloud computing and how popular it has become recently. Although, there are many of us who have heard of it but still do not make use of it in their business processes for various reasons and the major one being not understanding the actual benefits of the cloud. …

Securing Your Crucial Business Data Using R1Soft CDP Solution

Securing Your Crucial Business Data Using R1Soft CDP Solution

Data, be it for any sort of business, is usually the most sensitive aspect to an enterprise. Enterprises are in a constant endeavor to safeguard this crucial aspect for business continuity. Few might have even experienced situations when data might have got lost/stolen due to any reasons such as hacks, thefts, corrupt databases, injections, human errors etc. …