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Archive for the ‘Backup & Recovery’ Category

Backup & Recovery, IT Leadership, Security

09.20.21

What Is Your Cyber Security Insurance Carrier Looking For?

By Amos Aesoph, Xigent CISO

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Backup & Recovery

05.10.21

6 Mistakes that Can Sink Your Disaster Recovery Plan

By Chris Voigt, Xigent Solutions Architect

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Backup & Recovery

04.14.21

What do Tax Day and Disaster Recovery Planning Have in Common?

While many of us may not look forward to April 15—or this year May 17, there are some lessons from tax season that could apply to your backup and recovery strategy. Here are a few best practices:

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Backup & Recovery, Case Study, Core Infrastructure

12.18.20

Managed IT Services Deliver Greater Results for Fiber-based Communications Provider

A Nebraska-based company was faced with rapid growth, IT complexity and no dedicated corporate IT staff. Read the full story to find out how the company now benefits from an as-a-Service IT model.

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Backup & Recovery

08.29.19

5 Reasons You Need to Back Up Microsoft Office 365

Take control of your full spectrum of Microsoft business applications. Over recent years, the modern workplace has seen significant increases in the number of organizations migrating from on-premise Exchange environments to Office 365. After all, Microsoft provides today’s modern workplace with best-in-class apps and powerful cloud services with accessibility built-in, letting work groups carry out […]

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Backup & Recovery

05.09.19

Reduce the Risk of Failed Backup and Recovery by Following the 3-2-1 Rule

Backups of data and transaction logs are a critical component of a disaster recovery plan as it’s the only way an organization can restore data lost in a catastrophic failure. Disaster recovery plans cover failure from a security event, corrupted I/O events, or physical incidents such as flood, theft, or fire. One backup copy is […]

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Backup & Recovery

03.18.19

Surprise! Your SaaS Vendor Is Not Backing Up Your Data

Cloud computing has opened up a world of opportunities for businesses and organizations that previously could not afford the software and hardware necessary to compete in the global market. As a major component of cloud computing, software as a service (SaaS) is breaking down barriers for expansion.

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