Following best practices for data backup is important to business.

The Best Practices for Data Backup

It’s not about whether you have backups. It’s about whether you’re following data backup best practices.
Generator preparation as a part of a Disaster Recovery Plan

How to Put Your Disaster Recovery Plan to the Test

You’ve worked hard to assemble a foolproof disaster recovery plan… now you’ve got to make sure it actually works.
Good disaster recovery testing is crucial to business continuity.

3 Steps to Successful Disaster Recovery Testing

Although the full methodology of disaster recovery testing is too much information for one blog post, here are 3 basic steps you can take to prepare for successful disaster recovery testing.
Disaster recovery for IT

How Disaster Preparation Pays Off

Here’s a hypothetical situation: your company has been recently hit with ransomware. What do you do?
Business backup plan

How to Combat Murphy’s Law in IT

In life, things go wrong all the time. No matter how perfectly things come together, there’s always room for unexpected surprises.
Disaster Recovery is important. Is your business prepared?

​If Disaster Strikes Your Business, Can You Recover?

If the downtime is left unanswered, that could even result in the permanent shutdown of your company.
Business Continuity

How Having a Business Continuity Policy is Vital

Why would you want to pay for something now that might not happen later? The simple truth is that if it can happen, it likely will.

The 4 Major Reasons Your Business Needs Data Backups

In years past, it wasn’t standard for companies to have data recovery plans. However, this has changed drastically for the modern business landscape
Office 365

How Your Company Benefits from Office 365

Migrating over to Microsoft Office 365 isn’t always easy, but it’s always worth it. When your organization finally make the switch, you’ll reap the many benefits that it offers.
Cloud Migration

The 6 Steps to a Successful 365 Cloud Migration

When your organization chooses to use Office 365, there are a few things to consider. For starters, there’s a good chance that you’ve already got existing infrastructure in place that must be migrated over.