The first step towards cyber-resilience is having a good backup.
We live in a work-from-home (WFH) world. And we were forced into this world rapidly – within weeks, businesses scrambled to adopt WFH in a fight just to stay alive.
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Now that millions of people are working from home, the way we manage cyber-resilience has changed. In our previous article, we covered why work-from-home (WFH) environments are more vulnerable than office environments. Now we explore the next question – does it matter, and should I back up?
Did you know that you can protect your Windows workstations from Cyber Attack with BackupAssist Classic and WFH? In this article I lay out 4 easy steps to achieve cyber-resilience for your workstations.
Amidst the Covid-19 public health emergency, here’s a summary of the latest updates pertaining our team and how we continue to support your business. Read more, to find out how we remain business as usual and an overview of what we are working on to keep your data and information safe, and how to keep in contact with us.
As of 1st May 2020, we will be discontinuing to provide technical support for BackupAssist running on Operating Systems that Microsoft don’t themselves support.
Backups and preparing for a COVID-19 lockdown. How to be cyber-resilient when there’s no one in the office.
An abandoned office will present some unique risks to your I.T. infrastructure, your backups included. Here are some ways you can prepare for an office lockdown, so you remain cyber-resilient while the office is empty.
You back up, but are you actually cyber-resilient? The top 5 backup mistakes that force ransom payments.
Many people think they are protected against hacking, data deletion and ransomware attacks because they do backups… only to discover their backups were either destroyed or ineffective. Cyber-resilience expert, Linus Chang, breaks down the top 5 mistakes that force victims to pay the ransom.
Backing up SharePoint documents from Office 365 using a single “backup user” login (no user license required)
To back up Office 365 SharePoint documents, it’s best to use a special backup user login. This blog explains how to achieve this without needing any extra O365 licenses.
To achieve a successful bare-metal recovery, you need the right backup. In this article, we look at what makes a backup the ‘right backup’, and how to perform a recovery using Windows Server or BackupAssist.
Yes, absolutely it is possible to be cyber-resilient, to mitigate all common cyber risks, and to do it for less than a dollar per day. In this blog, we explain how to get the right backup within a budget.