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Mark Ridley

Mark Ridley is the Managing Director of Backup Systems. Mark started computer programming at the age of 10 on a BBC Micro and went on to become a graduate of King’s College London. After working for multinational giants such as Goldman Sachs and Barclays Capital, Mark founded Backup Systems in 2006, providing a bespoke service to his valued customers.

Recent Posts

7 Things to Consider When Choosing a Data Backup Service

Choosing a backup and disaster recovery service is one challenge that no organisation can escape. With rising cyber security concerns, legal compliance requirements tightening and the continuously growing volumes of data, traditional tape methods of backup are struggling to keep up.  Today, more...

Ransomware & Cyber-attacks in 2017. Can your Backups Prevent Disaster?

Ransomware is not a new threat, but it is one that is constantly evolving and becoming increasingly more prevalent and malicious. Having played a major role in the malware scene since 2014, ransomware has been at the forefront of many IT security discussions.

RPO & RTO - The Terms of Your Backup & Disaster Recovery Strategy

When creating a data backup up and disaster recovery strategy plan, it is important to have certain parameters in place. Deciding these internal objectives in line with an organisation’s business continuity guidelines can direct your organisation through the process of choosing a backup and...

A Backup and Disaster Recovery Service for the Legal Sector

Every day, organisations rely on technology to protect their data, and the legal sector is no different.  When the slightest of details could have the greatest impact in the courtroom, ensuring the continual protection and availability of all organisational data is essential.

Backup and Disaster Recovery Licensing Violations. Are you Covered?

Businesses of today require continuous access to mission-critical information in order to survive in an economy that relies on the almost instantaneous availability of data and information.