Tag: disaster recovery plan

The frustrations of a bad backup, business continuity, and DR strategy Picture this scenario. You’re sitting at your desk minding your own business (reading Reddit….) when all of a sudden, everything stops working. You can’t get your data, the systems won’t open………….and what the heck is this thing called CRYPTOLOCKER and how did it encrypt […]

Approaching Disaster Recovery When IT teams begin to approach disaster recovery, thoughts immediately go to purchasing a building and filling it with people and equipment. The capital and operational expenses are beyond significant, so much so, that most of the time it is left out of the budget. This is especially true for organizations that […]

Disaster Recovery Failures Recently, we have seen many headlines of major IT downtime outages. Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, Facebook, and many more have all been victims with the costs in the millions. Although your costs may not be as substantial, have no doubt they have a huge impact and cost. Determining your cost can sometimes […]

Structuring a cloud solution with Public Cloud: What are the positives and negatives? What are some cloud best practices? A Public Cloud solution is defined as an implementation of the cloud where companies share IT-enabled hardware and capabilities typically in a data center facility. It is an elastic and scalable method of computing using virtualization […]