Batch files play an integral part in speeding computer processes and must be guarded with an effective file backup strategy.
Deploying a cloud backup tool is now considered among the best methods available to companies when it comes to safeguarding their mission-critical data against various threats.
Recognizing both the need to protect their mission-critical files and documents, as well as the role the technology can play in achieving that goal, more small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are turning to cloud backup tools to mitigate the risks of IT disasters.
May 14, 2012 by YouSendIt
IT budgets among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have been on the rise during the past year or so as companies continue to recover from the worst of the global recession. As a result, a new report from Spiceworks found, more SMBs are investing in cloud-based services like online backup.
Unlike their larger enterprise and corporate counterparts, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are limited in the amount of resources available to them. As a result, any drop in productivity can be extremely damaging.
Facing the threat of an IT disaster is a harsh reality for many companies, no matter their geographic location or the industry in which they operate. Human error, natural disasters and power outages, to name a few, all put an organization’s information at risk.
April 11, 2012 by YouSendIt
The release and rise of innovative technologies during the past several decades have provided organizations with plenty of options when it comes to protecting and backing up their vital information.
April 2, 2012 by YouSendIt
Decision-makers are becoming acutely aware of the many threats and risks faced by their companies’ data. As a result, more data managers and business professionals are realizing the benefits of and need for robust disaster recovery solutions.
March 22, 2012 by YouSendIt
Organizations today should be taking steps to ensure that the information they produce, store and leverage on a daily basis is protected. That will be the focus of the upcoming World Backup Day, which is scheduled for March 31.
Cloud computing has given organizations a new way of looking at how they backup and recover their data following an IT disaster.