Familiarize yourself with the commonly used disaster recovery terms listed in the blog and you’ll be better equipped to deal with an unfortunate disaster.
It’s essential for your organization to have a BDR plan in place to ensure the protection and recovery of important business data and resources.
While many data backup options work in one way or another, some are better suited for different infrastructure sizes and backup methods.
Businesses need profitability year after year. But they need reduced expenses. That’s where managed services comes in.
There is a looming threat to your business, and it’s unseen and it’s always there.
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.
Here’s a hypothetical situation: your company has been recently hit with ransomware. What do you do?
In life, things go wrong all the time. No matter how perfectly things come together, there’s always room for unexpected surprises.
BDR stands for backup and disaster recovery. As the name implies, it’s a plan crafted by businesses to recover their operations in the event of a catastrophic disaster.
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.