Some businesses deploying new cloud services right now are just looking for the basics so their remote workforces can stay productive. But other clients may want to build more reliable platforms. Whether they’re looking to avoid service interruptions, hedge against an increase in remote attacks, or back up aging on-premise infrastructure, cloud-based disaster recovery systems […]
When asked why a manager had not backed up before a catastrophic data loss event, what excuse do you think they had? We believe that there are rebuttals and solutions for any excuse and have put together this list of the common reasons for not performing data backups and why you should go ahead anyway. Do you use any of these excuses? Read on to find out!
The data your organization produces every second of every day is what runs and differentiates your business. In fact, data is the lifeblood of modern organizations. Unlike applications and services which you can repair, reinstall or remedy if they fail, data is irreplaceable, and losing data could be catastrophic for your business.
Almost half of ransomware attacks use phishing email with an infected attachment or a web link that opens a malicious program. Executing either will start the encryption of the data and display the instructions to pay the ransom. So, phishing email has a significant role in ransomware attack scenarios.
You can't understand how innovative is Online Backup Active Protection if you don't compare it to the usual process of recovering from a ransomware attack. In this article, I'll show you the steps to follow when you don't have Online Backup Active Protection.