Disaster Recovery. Data Loss Prevention.

Three Benefits of DRaaS You May Not Know

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery

The as-a-Service model is revolutionizing how we do business. It’s giving businesses of all sizes access to enterprise-level services at scale, leveling the playing field and allowing competition to be based on what you produce, not what hardware you can afford. Disaster Recovery has been one of those expenses that many felt they just couldn’t afford, to their own detriment. …

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5 Pillars of Business Continuity

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery, Uncategorized

Your business runs on data. If you lose access to it, you immediately incur costs – costs in time, productivity, customer dissatisfaction. If you lose it completely, the costs could be catastrophic. Threats come in many forms and you rarely see them coming. To combat this potential for disaster, you need a thorough backup plan ready in the wings. Here …

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Will Your Phone System Save You in a Disaster?

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery, Hosted Phone, VoIP

Now is the time to make the changes that will propel you into a successful technology year in 2018.  Let’s focus on the value of a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). The more you can do to prepare for potential disruption, the more likely you are to recover in the actual event of it. Having a concise, updated DRP will save …

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Major Storms in NE Ohio Knocks Out Power, Businesses Affected

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery

Sunday evening, a major thunderstorm swept across northern Ohio, leaving a surprising amount of damage in its wake. According to Fox 8, as of 9 a.m. Monday, there were over 13,000 without power in Summit County, 9,900 without power in Cuyahoga County, over 6,400 in Geauga County and over 6,300 in Medina County. Thousands could be without power until Wednesday. …

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3 Disaster Recovery Disasters to Avoid

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery is grossly underappreciated. Five years ago, some downtime was to be expected in any line of business. But now it’s like dial-up, customers have no patience for it. Disasters can come in many forms, from an actual, natural disaster to Phil in Accounting falling victim to a phishing scam. Regardless how they begin, how you recover is the …