Over the past few months, the way we work has changed drastically. Many of us are now working remotely due to Covid-19 and businesses have had to adapt to this new normal. However, there are a large number of risks associated with remote working and you need to ensure business continuity in case something happens.
Now more than ever before, your business is reliant on technology for continuity. Data loss and security breaches are an increasingly common problem for many businesses. Data backups and disaster recovery plans are therefore an integral part of your business; any downtime caused by technology failure is costly and causes loss of productivity. Disasters happen,
Backing up your data is critical for ensuring business continuity. It is the only way to protect your data from hazards such as fire, flood, theft, malware infection or hardware failure and ensure you are prepared for the worst-case scenario. The 3-2-1 backup rule is the best foundation for your business’ data backup. It works
Cloud computing has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The benefits of it mean that businesses, both large and small, have been adopting the cloud. Essentially, cloud computing is a remote hosting server which enables you to access software via the internet. It is a mechanism for storing and sharing data which is