Ransomware has become the top cyber security concern of organizations. Are you up to speed on what ransomware entails and how to protect your organization from these malicious attacks?
Last year, ransomware became the top cybersecurity concern of organizations: 47 percent of organizations suffered ransomware attacks in 2016. Get up to speed on what ransomware entails and how to protect your organization from these malicious attacks.
When a business suffers a cybersecurity disaster, one of the most long-lasting, detrimental effects comes in the form of downtime, or a loss of business operations and profits. A lack of disaster recovery planning can result in a chain of events that turns a minor cybersecurity event into a data breach and resultant catastrophic business disaster.
Many small and medium-sized businesses simply don’t have the disaster recovery planning in place to survive even a partial loss of data and IT functionality for a short time, much less the related fall-out and loss of revenue that results from a full-blown data breach.
You’ve read all about the benefits and advantages of cloud computing for small business. But now, how do you actually realize the results?
Well some business’ have gone cloud wholeheartedly, completely removing server hardware from the office and working 100% ‘in-the-cloud’, not every organization is in a position to follow suit. Maybe you’ve just recently invested a large amount of capital into new server hardware; perhaps you do not have sufficient internet bandwidth available yet. Regardless of your current situation, there are still a magnitude of solutions available that almost every business can utilize.
We at Server Cloud Canada are very happy to announce our extended partnership with Veeam. A relationship built on success and synergies with our 100% geographically diverse Canadian cloud based infrastructure.
With Veeam’s ‘Cloud Connect’ recovery platform, you will never have to worry about your offsite data repositories again!