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Hurricane Florence has come and gone but the aftermath for many in its path will go on for months, even years. As we look back at this first hurricane of the year there are many lessons to be learned. The number one lesson to be learned for both homeowners and businesses alike is that preparation and proactive planning limits loss and disruption. For most, this means sand bags, boarding up windows, gathering supplies, and finding safe shelter.
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Did you know that 140,000 disk drives crash per week in the U.S.?  That’s a lot of lost data! Are you prepared for a data loss incident? Are malware and ransomware a concern to you? Do you have a backup strategy in place? Is your backup strategy reliable enough to get you back up and running in a critical situation? ......
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As you head into the office, you’re not thinking about backing up the data on your computer. Instead, your focus is on navigating rush hour traffic and listening to the news. But then you hear that the area rivers are starting to overflow their banks. You think about it for a moment; and hope everyone is ok. Until... ....
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You have been attacked! Your files are encrypted. A screen pops up with instructions telling you that your files will be destroyed if you don’t comply. The clock is ticking down. What do you do? Unfortunately, ransomware attacks are on the rise globally. Attackers have learned that small to medium sized businesses are prime attack targets. It’s a numbers game to cyber criminals. Why take the risk of attacking a Fortune 500 company and asking for thousands of dollars when it easi...
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So you use Mozy, Carbonite or some other cheap online backup solution? Well that is a start but you are far from protected. We are a firm believer in the 3.2.1 rule.  We started practicing this for our customers far before it was actually a thing but now there is a great write up about it over at one of our favorite backup solution providers, Veeam!Check it out here:  3.2.1 Backup Rule So the basics of the rule is you should have 3 copies of your data.  2 Different Media Types. &n...
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