Cyber-resilience is “an organization’s ability to recover from an adverse cyber-event”. How well can you recover from hacking, ransomware, natural disasters?
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Backing up multiple Office 365 mailboxes is possible and easier when you use a single login. This blog explains how to achieve this without needing any extra O365 licenses.
When doing a backup of mailboxes in Office 365 or Exchange to a local PST file, there are situations where BackupAssist 365 appears to slow down or stall. Here’s why.
When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
Microsoft has finally confirmed you don’t need to safely eject a flash drive before ripping it out (at least when it’s not writing).
Is it really the age of cloud? New Spiceworks research shows 98 percent of businesses are still using on premises servers, and it’s entirely by choice.
The future is eternal, shiny and Chrome. Here’s a first look at Microsoft’s Chromium-powered Edge – a Chrome browser with Microsoft touches slapped on.
It seems humans aren’t obsolete just yet in the digital world. Microsoft has decided to use security experts instead of AI to detect threats to your systems.
If a server isn’t reliable, what’s the point? That’s the overwhelming response from a survey of over a thousand IT pros who ranked it their #1 concern.
Are you using Windows 7? While you may know you’ll have to pay for updates after January 2020, you may not have heard how much they will cost.