A business continuity plan is a plan to help ensure that business processes can continue during a time of emergency or disaster. Such emergencies or disasters might include a fire or any other case where business is not able to occur under normal conditions.
Whether it’s a single file or a critical system, our secure backups and range of restore tools are optimized to get you back to business quickly.
We have the tools to get you back up no matter the scenario:
- Restore single files or folders
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Disasters can take many forms:
- Failures of hardware, software, systems, or data centers
- Business-halting natural disasters
- Unintentional human error or malicious insiders
- Ransomware attacks
Employee convenience is touted as one of the primary drivers for adopting a BYOD policy. However, just because it can make life easier doesn't mean employees don’t have serious concerns about the implementation of BYOD in the workplace. From the employee perspective, there are downsides.One particular issue that arises with…
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