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17
Feb

Cloud Computing and How it Works

Over the past few decades, the saving and sharing of files has undergone a drastic evolution. The devices today that are used for sharing have become more mobile, smaller, and have much higher capacities compared to their predecessors. Now, there is no need for you to save all your data in a single place because you can access those files

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9
Feb

How is an IT Security Risk Management Plan Beneficial for your Company?

With the constant boom in technology, IT security has become one of the most important concerns of businesses all around the world. Since the temperament of security risks changes continuously, it can be a challenging task for business owners to recognize and construct a plan that is both flexible and defensive. This is where they need IT consultancy firms to

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2
Feb

Future of Cloud Computing

The cloud computing trend is still in its early stages, booming rapidly. Right now, there is plenty of talk in the town about the endless possibilities of cloud computing, particularly as more and more options are being made available to the public. As with any upcoming technology or trend, there is a lot of exaggerated information flying around when it

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26
Jan

Benefits of Virtualization

In technological terms, virtualization basically means to produce a virtual edition of a device or resource; for instance a server, a storage device, a network or even an operating system. The implementation of data center virtualization is booming, as it comes with a lot of benefits. If you are also considering migrating to a data host center, or are in

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19
Jan

Why Should Entrepreneurs Backup Their Data?

Data Emergencies Happen, Be Prepared If you are an entrepreneur, you should know that you cannot stay away from unforeseen emergencies, but what you can do is change the approach of how you respond to them. This can only be changed by being prepared and protected beforehand. Most entrepreneurs worry more about the expansion of their businesses rather than the

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12
Jan

How Can Cloud Computing Benefit Your Business?

Cloud computing offers a means for your business to administer the computing resources you have online. This term has developed over time. It is called computing because the ‘cloud’ basically refers to the internet, and computing in the ‘cloud’ depicts the method you use to hoard and access your information through the internet. Cloud computing permits a business to virtually

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14
Oct

What are the Benefits of Cloud Backups vs Standard Backups?

The Difference between Regular Backups and Cloud Backups ‘Standard’ backup storage is usually a secondary hard drive or external hard drive which makes a copy of whatever is on your computer system. The backup is used if a computer is broken, corrupted, stolen, or out of service. Unfortunately, standard backup storage is often one copy of the data in the

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12
Aug

Disaster Recovery & Canadian Cloud Backup

Last week, Canadian Cloud Backup had the unique experience of being able to test and prove that our Disaster Recovery Plan works. On Friday, August 1, 2014, we had temporarily suspended our Data Center service to perform an upgrade to our VMWare. The scheduled downtime was 6 hours, at which point full service would resume. Prior to the temporary suspension

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5
Aug

Adapt to Change. Make your Business a Survivor

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin Although evolution will confirm this statement, this doesn’t apply solely to the success and survival of mankind. Your business is a living, breathing organism that operates under similar circumstances. And

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28
Jul

How safe is safe? AES 256 encryption and your data.

AES-256 AES-256 is a key generation method used to securely encrypt your data and prevent unwanted access to your files. But the real question is how safe is AES 256bit encryption really? When referring to AES-256bit encryption, we are actually referring to the key that is generated when encrypting your data. The data itself is secured by the software by

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