As we said last week, everyone from the CEO to the interns of your company needs to be held accountable for their roles in your disaster recovery plan. Humans are not infallible, and not everyone involved in your disaster recovery… Read More
Archive for the ‘Data Recovery’ Category
3 Ways to Recover Data After a Hard Drive Failure
As we mentioned last week, your trusty hard drive will eventually wear out, and you will want to know what to do when this happens. You have many options for backing up your data, and we strongly suggest doing so… Read More
Signs Your Hard Drive Might be Failing
In today’s world, nearly everything is computerized. Even our telephones have become hi-tech computerized devices. When technology works with us, it makes a lot of things much easier. However, computers are not infallible, and they don’t last forever. Eventually, your… Read More
Disaster Recovery Plan Best Practices
When your company needs access to data, you want that data to be available. If the unthinkable happens, you will need to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place to minimize losses. Here are some best practices for implementing… Read More
What Does a Good Disaster Recovery Plan Look Like?
Disaster can strike your business at any time. Natural disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, and floods can destroy your offices. Terrorist attacks and cyber scams could cause devastating downtime. But if you’ve prepared a disaster recovery plan ahead of time, your… Read More
Is it Possible to Recover Deleted Emails?
Accidently deleting an email can be quite stressful, especially if it was an important one. Fortunately, there are a few places your “deleted” message might go before it’s gone forever. You actually have more options than you might think for… Read More
3 Reasons You Should Have a Disaster Recovery Plan for Your Business
Can your business function without critical data, applications and operations? Unless your answer to that question was a firm “YES”, then it’s time for you to consider a disaster recovery plan. At some point, your business’s data is going to… Read More