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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

Backup & Disaster Recovery: A Tedious Task with Little Reward?

Enterprise backup solutions cost time money and effort to implement, manage and run, and their true value is only realised in the moment they are needed.

Backup and Disaster Recovery Systems Testing. An Essential Consideration

IT budgets are often one of the first to face cut-backs and when under pressure, something has to give. For many, the processes of reviewing and testing of the data backup and disaster recovery solution is one of the first to go.

Backup & Disaster Recovery Awareness Training: Disaster Prevention

A data backup and disaster recovery solution is a huge investment, but so many fall into the trap of implementing the system, creating plans and then stopping. With so much already invested, a failure at this point often has critical consequences across the entirety of an organisation....

Hyper-V, VMware & Virtual Machines: Backing Up the Virtual Environment

Companies are increasingly using virtualisation technology to run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. Server consolidation has been noted as having the greatest influence on the shift; a typical non-virtualised application server may just reach 5% to 10% utilisation while a...

A Mobile Workforce: Data Backup Solutions for Laptops

Technology has moved off the desks and into our hands and pockets. With this our employees are moving out of the office.… taking with them our organisational data.

How to Build the Best Backup Strategy for your Business

Data enters, leaves and moves throughout your organisation in a constant flow. Each day as your employee’s complete tasks, projects, deals, emails and documents, the volume and value of your data grows. Losing access to this as well as business critical processes and systems would be costly in...