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What Actually Happens to Your Data when a Disaster Happens?

What Actually Happens to Your Data when a Disaster Happens?

No one ever hopes that they have to take advantage of their disaster recovery solution, but it is something that every business needs to have in order to sustain operations even in the worst of times. Understanding how these solutions work, as well as the goals your organization has for them, are critical to recovering post-disaster.

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3 Common-Sense Things You Can Do to (Maybe) Save a Call to Your Help Desk

3 Common-Sense Things You Can Do to (Maybe) Save a Call to Your Help Desk

Sometimes technology just doesn’t do what we need it to, an annoyance that leads most users to call the help desk for assistance. While this is certainly well and good, we thought we would share a couple of tips that you can use to save some time for both yourself and your help desk, hopefully leading to a faster and more efficient way of troubleshooting problems.

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What You Need to Know About Social Media Security

What You Need to Know About Social Media Security

Successful businesses and influencers use social media to great effect, no matter the service, but as with most accounts in a connected world, security is extremely important and can influence your own use of social media. Let’s discuss some ways that you can keep yourself safe while using social media and how smart use of social media can improve the security of your business, too.

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Here Is Exactly Why Data Redundancy Is Important

Here Is Exactly Why Data Redundancy Is Important

When you read about concepts like network security and data backup, you might come across the phrase “redundancy” or “redundant.” Depending on your familiarity with the business of IT solutions, you might think of this as an odd term to use to describe something incredibly valuable. Let’s take a look at what this word means, particularly in how it is portrayed in information technology.

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Tip of the Week: Examining NIST’s Definition of Zero Trust

Tip of the Week: Examining NIST’s Definition of Zero Trust

Let me ask you something: how many people do you fundamentally trust? Well, in a zero trust network, that number is reduced to zero. The idea of such a network is that everyone, whether they’re operating inside of the network or out, needs to be verified… and as you might imagine, it has proven effective in preventing data breaches. 

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