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8 top tips to protect yourself from ransomware

 The topic on everybody’s lips these days is ransomware, ransomware, ransomware. And rightly so due to the number of attacks that are continually being reported. Here at backup systems, we find it worrying that so many organisations are not fully armed and prepared for the worst case scenario to...

6 questions to ask before renewing your existing Backup Software

Are you currently at the stage of renewing backup and disaster recovery software or are you considering looking elsewhere? This can be a difficult decision due to the overwhelming number of entrants in the backup market. But it is absolutely crucial that you have 100% confidence that your...

4 questions every CIO should ask about virtual server data backup

Virtual server data backup is not a new phenomenon by a long shot. In fact, CIOs from various industries have been moving their organisations towards virtual backup servers for years and now they are playing a major role within enterprise’s security. CIOs are making this conscious move with the...

5 signs your backup & disaster recovery system needs an upgrade

The fact of the matter is every data backup solution will one day become outdated. And when it does and you do not seek to upgrade, you are essentially putting your organisation’s and customer’s data at risk using an outdated system. But if your backup and disaster recovery strategy has not...

Key Takeaways from the recent Cyber Security attacks

Every single minute roughly 3 cyber attacks occur.  We know that there is always going to be some form of cyber attack on the horizon, but what is important is that after the dust has all settled, you can safely say that your cyber knowledge has increased and your awareness has expanded. If we...

Ransomware Rescue Plan: Restoring your Data Backups

When ransomware gets through your multi-layered security defences and actually infects your network, pandemonium can quickly set in; a reality that organisations faced globally just last month.