Not All Backups Are Equal

Your data is backed up, isn’t it? You know it is, your IT team have told you – but how is it backed up? Where is it backed up to and how often do the backups take place?

What is the process for recovering not only your data, but your full infrastructure from a serious hardware failure? How much downtime would you expect or accept, and when did you last test your backups?

As computer technology has diversified so has the number of backup options to support these changes.

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Published 25 May 2022 8:11 AM
  • Backup & Recovery
Pro-Networks Cloud Backup

Most businesses now use a cloud-based email service, whether this is Microsoft 365 or Google’s G-Suite.  This blog concerns itself with the Microsoft 365 environment, but the principles remain true for the Google equivalent.

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Published 30 Apr 2021 10:09 AM
  • Backup & Recovery
Taking Your Data Offsite Helps Against Cyber Threats

IT has changed immeasurably over the years but one constant remains – you need to have a good backup!

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Published 29 Oct 2019 2:34 PM
  • Backup & Recovery

A survey conducted by a firm specialising in disaster recovery has revealed that many UK businesses still have doubts about their capability to recover from a crisis.

The research involved

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Published 10 Sep 2019 7:19 AM
  • Backup & Recovery
How Do I Test My Backups

Why Backups Don’t Need To Be Complicated

A second town in Florida, USA, has paid hackers following a ransomware attack.

This puts the total paid by Florida municipalities in the last two weeks at $1.1m.

Lake City has paid $500,000 this week, hot on the heels of Riviera Beach recently paying $600,000 to hackers.

I am always staggered when I read articles like this and the question I always ask myself is, Why?

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Published 26 Jun 2019 1:19 PM
  • Backup & Recovery