Backup Data Offsite to Thwart Cyber Criminals

Backup Data

Time and time again, managed service providers have stressed the importance of completing regular data backups, even for very small businesses. As even these small businesses have come to rely on their data more and more, most companies do understand why backing up their data is a very smart move on their part. Unfortunately cyber criminals are always on the lookout for additional targets and they do seem to target

Business Continuity – One of the Keys to Maintaining Success

Maintaining Success

In a global world, a company may find themselves competing with organizations, not just around the block or in another state, but perhaps with other businesses halfway across the globe. With more competition than ever, no reputable company wants to gain a fly-by-night reputation with the public. This is where focusing on business continuity comes into play. What does an organization need to do to cultivate a reputation that says

Backup for Small Business: Four Important Things to Think About

Backup for Small Business

Sometimes it takes a disastrous cyber attack to remind businesses how important it is to back up data. Backup for small business is always important. A recent article from Small Business Trends, for example, mentions how ransomware has opened up discussions on the need for backups. Keep in mind that backups are helpful not only for cyber attacks; they’ll save you from other disasters or problems as well. If a

Some Good Examples of a Network Contingency Plan

Network Contingency Plan

Most people don’t realize the importance of having a network contingency plan in place until it’s too late. With this in mind, then, we’ve come up with a few examples of a good network contingency plan that you can easily implement into your own business. Because it’s better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Here are some examples: A good contingency plan

The Contingency Planning Guide

Contingency planning is not planning for the unpredictable. It is about planning for events that may or may not happen.

Sometimes a contingency plan (sometimes called a “Plan B”) is developed in case a course of action you have chosen doesn’t work out. Having a contingency planning guide is also a component of disaster recovery, business continuity scenarios and risk management that are part of nearly all business planning. Like this article mentions, a contingency plan is a course of action designed to help an organization respond effectively to a significant future event