Month: March 2018

Will your continuity plan get the green light?

More than ever, business sustainability and continuity is totally dependent on the availability of, and the ability to share, data – and I don’t just mean data from your accounting software. To be competitive, you need to optimise all your data systems so you can offer the best customer service possible and make your business stand out.

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Building continuity that meets industry regulations

More than ever, business sustainability and continuity is totally dependent on the availability of, and the ability to share, data – and I don’t just mean data from your accounting software. To be competitive, you need to optimise all your data systems so you can offer the best customer service possible and make your business stand out.

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Explaining DRaaS

DRaaS is a term you find all over IT security sites and news feeds these days, but what exactly is it?

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Business sustainability: how the cloud can help you be green

More than ever, business sustainability and continuity is totally dependent on the availability of, and the ability to share, data – and I don’t just mean data from your accounting software. To be competitive, you need to optimise all your data systems so you can offer the best customer service possible and make your business stand out.

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What constitutes a disaster?

More than ever, business sustainability and continuity is totally dependent on the availability of, and the ability to share, data – and I don’t just mean data from your accounting software. To be competitive, you need to optimise all your data systems so you can offer the best customer service possible and make your business stand out.

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DIY disaster recovery: what are the technical skills required?

It’s a big question: would it be cheaper or advantageous to create and implement your own disaster recovery plan or have a dedicated disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) provider manage it?

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How to ensure recovery from a data disaster

Having a good data backup plan is essential these days, but backup alone won’t save you when you’re hit by a cyber attack or other disaster. You need to ensure your employees can access vital data and applications elsewhere when your office environment has been hit so that core business can keep on going while you bring your systems back to normal.

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