Mere data backup is no longer sufficient for businesses that depend on their critical data and systems every minute of every day.
Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices are indispensable for many employees these days, but they can prove terrifying for IT administrators and security managers.
There are a lot of IT conferences you can attend. What makes the experience at one better than another?
When it comes to bandwidth for data backup, cloud infrastructure is a defining measure. What cloud best fits the bill: purpose-built vs. public cloud?
Hopefully you’ve never experienced the total frustration of dealing with a system infested with malware. It may take hours to detect and remove all of the malware-affected files on a system. Because of this, many IT people prefer a “clean install”, which erases the drive and replaces everything on it. But with a clean install, you’ll lose any information not saved elsewhere.
Is the public cloud the best place for your critical business data? Not all clouds are created equal, and even more so when it comes to cloud backup and data...
You open your laptop and connect to the “Free WiFi” access point, no password required. Just connect and browse. Convenient, but definitely not secure. When it comes to network security, there are (at least) four villains out there that threaten your data: an evil twin, a local snoop, a remote attacker, and a traffic interceptor. Each villain attacks a different part of the network, so you’ll need a different tactic to fend off each attack. Let’s review!
Does the new FCC broadband definition give hope to companies with large data sets, that have previously been limited to local only backup scenarios?
Information Technology administrators know the value of password security. Communicating the value of strong passwords to your end-users, however, can often prove to be a challenge.
Most of your customers don’t know the difference between a gigabyte (GB) and a terabyte (TB). And chances are they don’t want to.
Hindsight is usually not the best policy when it comes to data protection, disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity.
A popular product that was recently reviewed by Enterprise Strategy Group is SIRIS 2, a business continuity solution available in both physical and virtual platforms.
Many Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have a backup and data protection offering as the cornerstone of their solution offerings.
I am incredibly proud to welcome Backupify into the Datto family. This acquisition of the market leader in SaaS backup is an important...
Running a small business is hard. It’s no different for MSPs and IT consulting firms. In my experience with many of the MSPs I work with I notice a common...
If your backup, disaster recovery (BDR) solution is just there to protect data, it’s not being optimized...
Our technical world is evolving to become faster, smarter, and more efficient.
Datto Partners and MSPs Be Sure to Sign Your Healthcare-Related Clients BAAs to Comply with HIPAA Omnibus Rule by 9/22
Every business today should have some type of backup product in place, and most businesses are familiar with it in general.
If you’ve spent more than a couple of weeks in the IT industry, you've seen your fair share of new product announcements.