Category Archives: Disaster Recovery

Where to keep your sensitive data for remote working

Where to keep sensitive data

The table below summarizes security and speed implication of different ways of accessing sensitive data while working out of office. Note that the comparison only lists most popular ways of storing data and the Security/Speed correspond to typical situation – in the real world access speed and security provided by local encryption vary.

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Ransomware holds schools hostage

Their biggest customer todate? > #Ransomware holds #schools hostage: ‘Now give us Bitcoin worth $129k, er, $124k, wait …’ — http://theregister.co.uk/2015/03/25/school_ransomware/

What happens when data gets lost from the cloud?

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We talked and talked about the need to protect your data – in the cloud or not.

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Its Your Data SME – Hard facts

  • Only 23 % of SME businesses back up data daily
  • If a small business can’t resume operations within 10 days following a natural disaster, it probably won’t survive

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Backups: A cautionary tale

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Is it good enough just to take a daily backup?

Backups are needed not only to secure a copy of your data but to be able to revert to earlier versions for history. So you need to manage your backups in a cycle.

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