As the world continues to be dominated by remote work, new cyber risks have emerged. In order to combat these challenges, it’s important to reevaluate
Cyber Resilience Blogs
Your data is your data: privacy, sovereignty, accessibility, anonymity and trust in the age of cloud hosted everything
For two decades, BackupAssist has focused on providing you with dependable backups where you have complete control over your own data. And for many organizations, careful data handling is not just a luxury, but a necessity.
Cyber-resilience is the ability of an organization to withstand cyber-attacks and continue operations. It is important for business owners and sys admins to understand the concept of cyber-resilience and how they can make their organization more resilient.
Cloud storage is a game-changer when it comes to cyber resilience and backup strategies. It simplifies storing offsite backups and abstracts away hardware complexities. However, left unchecked, cloud backup storage costs can get out of control quickly. Fortunately, by taking a strategic approach to cloud backups you can get the benefits while limiting the cost.
Here’s a little backup industry secret: a lot of the information published about how to craft a cloud BDR (backup and disaster recovery) strategy is hype that promotes overengineering and overspending. After all, BDR companies make money when you buy our products, which creates strong incentives to focus on the risk side of the risk/reward calculations.
Are you running a legacy Windows operating system that has been in end-of-support for years? Don’t worry; I’m not here to give you a lecture on the need to upgrade. For the most part, no administrator wants to run Windows Server 2012 in the 2020s, but they often have to.