The Windows 10 assistant, Cortana, definitely has a sense of humor. You might have also met here if you have a Windows Phone. It’s clear that Cortana is Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s Siri. In some ways, she’s actually far more responsive to your questions. While you may have asked her about the weather or for
We’ve all had that fantasy of being able to rewind time and get a do-over. It’s simple with data, but not so simple with everything else! Here’s a list of five things in life you probably wish had restore points in case things go south.
Choosing the best backup and recovery software possible is essential for your business and server continuity. Here’s our top seven software solutions for protecting your servers and data.
Data loss. From burnt up scrolls to corrupted servers, data loss has plagued humanity since the dawn of written history. Now, in the Information Age, we’ve never had so much data at once—or so much to lose. In this article, we look back at the five worst data loss disasters in recorded history and what could have
Do you run a Basic, Intermediate, Professional or Grandfather-Father-Son Backup Schedule? If you do, then you’re running what’s known as a static backup schedule. Unlike other schedules, where you can keep the number of backups you want, static schedules require you to keep a set number of backups at all times. Translation? If you’re running one
Millions of Office 365 users were recently struck with malicious malware that bypassed Microsoft’s built-in security and devastated their systems. Almost as unnerving as malware smashing so easily through Microsoft safeguards was the fact that once infected, the ransomware speaks to the user directly through their speakers.
The world’s foremost IT advisory has a message for global businesses—get your head out of the sand when it comes to the cloud. This message comes on the back of the Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) crash in June, in which Amazon’s Sydney-based cloud went down in a storm. Customers were cut off from the cloud