Failover: A Key Part Of Business Continuity
  • May 26, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

Imagine the relief of knowing that no matter how bad the attack, disaster or data breach, new requests or queries can be redirected to an unaffected system or database.

How Did Your MSP Peers Do In 2020? Resiliency And Recovery Views Part 2
  • May 11, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

The past year was a time of unprecedented turmoil in both our economies and markets, but the questions for MSPs now are: What is the path forward? What lessons can we learn from the past year? What do MSPs need to focus on for the future? 

Data workers
The Way Forward For MSPs In 2021: Resiliency And Recovery Part 1
  • May 6, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

As 2021 unfolds, we’re seeing a business environment increasingly open and less burdened by the pandemic. But where do the opportunities lie for MSPs in today’s market? 

A typical SMB office
Helping SMBs Recover In The Vaccine Era
  • May 4, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

For MSPs, this may be a perfect time to re-engage with SMB clients about their data management and backup as they try to ramp up, and they need the help.

Top Reasons For Backing Up Cloud-Based Office Suites
  • April 13, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

There is an undeniable ease of use when working with cloud-based office suites—especially market leader Microsoft 365. However, for some businesses, the benefit of cloud apps may be balanced by a very bad habit: failure to back up data that belongs to them. .

The Cost Of Poor Business Continuity Planning
  • March 24, 2021
  • Author: Todd Hyten

It helps to remind clients that business continuity plans work best when data protection and recovery sit at the core. It’s one thing for a client to scramble to keep in touch with their customers when the grid is down; it’s another when employees can’t access their email, CRM systems or app suites when the power is back on.

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