The sole purpose of a company cloud is to backup data for loss prevention. Every piece of data is stored to ensure that in the case of a disaster, the company can continue to operate successfully without having to start from scratch. Determining which cloud solution works best for an organization depends on different variables such as industry, sensitivity, control, and budget. Companies that store highly confidential data undoubtedly require a private cloud in order to guarantee security and exclusivity. Although, the question still arises as how an organization can be more cost efficient when it comes to their cloud storage solution. In most cases, there undeniably is a combination of both high and low sensitive data on-premises. Let’s look at what a hybrid cloud solution is…
Educational facilities are homes to huge datacentres with thousands of students and faculty accessing, communicating, and transferring data. Within the academic database there is not only academic information but also vital administrative subject matter, making accessibility and security of data important for both students and faculty. It goes without saying that the loss of important data is detrimental to an educational facility. Within this blog, we will address the three major reasons to consider switching to a cloud-based backup solution within your educational centre.
There is no doubt that every business wants to protect their company and client base from data loss and inefficiencies. However, many companies do not have the staff or budget to implement proper disaster recovery plans. Yet, by considering Cloud-based disaster recovery plans, business owners might not realize that it can become much more reliable and cost-efficient. Below we will examine the top reasons for considering a cloud-based disaster recovery plan.
Ransomware, devastating to your business, online extortion that has reached epic worldwide proportions.
Most of us have heard stories about someone outside our circle of friends or even in our networks that has fallen prey to, the now common, “Ransomware”. We might even know someone who has been affected by it directly. Those of us who know the dangers know the only true way to protect against being victimized by Ransomware. This article will explain what you need to know to protect yourself against Ransomware. Let’s answer a few questions to help our understanding of this infamous malware that is so debilitating.
What exactly is Ransomware?
Ransomware is very simply a malware that, once covertly installed on a victim’s computer, executes tasks that will essentially encrypt your data using a password you don’t immediately have access to. What that looks like is the sudden onset of “something” that has turned your files, data and programs into mumbo jumbo you cannot read nor understand.
There is another, less common type of ransomware called Locker software which is easier to recover but still can provide devastating costs and results.
No one can deny the prevalence of cloud computing in the IT world today. As technology grows ever more complicated, the amount of things which can go wrong increases. Keeping infrastructure localized and simplicity of use optimized means less downtime and maintenance, and therefore higher consistency. Digital technology is changing and it is becoming more and more important to adopt ways that increase time and cost efficiency. Furthermore, with reports indicating that mobile usage is consistently growing, the benefits of cloud computing for businesses become clear.