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How can I Avoid Expensive, Productivity-Killing Computer Problems?

Are you prepared if your network goes down for days? Or, what if a major storm, flood, or fire destroyed your office and all of your files? Or if a virus wiped out your server…do you have an emergency recovery plan in place that you feel confident in? By then it’s too late and the […]

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How can a business ensure their firm’s data is backed up?

It’s downright scary. In my experience it’s the exception, not the rule, that a firm has adequate backup. Despite the best of intentions, doing all that is required to ensure good backup is typically overlooked in the sea of other demands for IT staff time. In the 1960’s classic book by Charles Hummel, Tyranny of […]

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What’s the difference between a “file backup” and an “image backup” and why should I care?

What’s the difference between a “file backup” and an “image backup” and why should I care?

Everyone has heard of Murphy’s Law (“whatever can go wrong, will go wrong”). What most people don’t know is that Murphy was a Data Backup Administrator. Files are accidentally deleted. Equipment gets stolen. Pipes burst and floods occur. Fire destroys. Hardware fails. Various degrees of disaster are inevitable and your business depends upon your ability […]

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