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Nov
15

Top #5 Events affecting IT Operations and Customer service.

Event How to Limit Exposure 1.         Power Failure: Is one of the more common events that affects everything in IT. Your UPS might only last 10 minutes, your servers or PCs don’t have a UPS.  Interstate branches can’t connect to servers 1)       Installing a power generator 2)       Upgrading your UPS with Longer battery life […]


Categories Disaster Recovery


Nov
04

Events that affect IT operations and customer service

After over 20 years of supporting our customers IT equipment, we have seen it all.  Most customers only plan for IT disasters when it is too late. These are some of the events that might affect your operations and thus your customer service.   Event:  Limiting your exposure Power Failure: One of the more common events […]


Categories Disaster Recovery


Mar
13

Hosting Servers on your own premise Vs a Data Centre

There are a number of considerations to evaluate when choosing to host business server’s onsite or within an offsite data centre environment. While hosting servers within a datacentre is generally considered to be the ideal situation hosting server’s onsite is sometimes the only option. Hosting servers within an offsite commercial data centre requires adequate internet […]



Jan
22

How does Disc based backup work?

How does Disc based backup work? Many businesses choose to utilise disc based backup to maintain copies of company data. Disc backup can occur onsite within a WAN network, or offsite within a cloud solution. In addition, many businesses choose to add a tape drive as an extra level of redundancy. Disc backup enables both […]


Categories Cloud, Disaster Recovery


Jan
22

How Cloud backup improves business efficiency?

Cloud backup can have many business benefits to your organisation including, faster recovery windows, and lower hardware and power costs. However, one factor which is often forgotten is the significant improvement in efficiency which cloud computing can bring to an organisation. Cloud backup is a method of data backup which involves sending business information over […]


Categories Cloud, Disaster Recovery


Dec
24

What is Cloud Backup?

Cloud backup is a method of data backup which involves sending business information over a network connection, to a remote offsite server managed by a service provider.  The process is handled by software which transfers data between the business, and cloud providers data centre. Usually a complete copy of a business’s data is sent to […]


Categories Cloud, Disaster Recovery