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How Continuous Image-Based Backups Make Disaster Recovery Fast, Easy, and Reliable in Smaller Environments

Smaller businesses are bearing the brunt of ransomware attacks. That’s the headline in a Forbes article summarizing a recent Senate Judiciary Committee meeting. Citing testimony from Justice Department Criminal Division Deputy Attorney General Richard Downing, cybercriminals don’t even need to create ransomware anymore now that licensed ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) has arrived on the (crime) scene. The… Read more »

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Cyber-Recovery vs. Disaster Recovery: What’s the Difference and Why It Matters

Disaster recovery (DR) has one purpose: get your business back up and running while keeping data—and dollar—losses to a minimum. Cyber-recovery is about your business’s very survival, focusing on maintaining the minimum data, applications, and infrastructure that are essential for keeping things moving. That translates into prioritizing speed and availability for DR, while cyber-recovery focuses on security and data integrity.

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Business Continuity vs. Disaster Recovery: What’s the Difference

You may have noticed that the terms disaster recovery and business continuity are sometimes used interchangeably. Maybe that makes sense considering that both are vital to the very existence of any given business. However, though closely related, disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity (BC) are two entirely different strategies, each of which plays a unique role in protecting business… Read more »

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