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6 Critical Backup and Disaster Recovery Questions

6 Critical Backup and Disaster Recovery Questions that every owner and manager should know the answer to for their business
Nearly every small and mid-sized business (SMB) has critical data, information, and systems that it couldn't do without. From email servers, to customer databases, to critical data files — losing any of them for very long would be disastrous for the bottom line… and possibly even put them out of business.

Apple unveils brand new iOS 7

In early June, Apple hosted their yearly developers conference – WWDC – and talked about all things Apple. This year’s conference saw a number of updates announced including some wicked new hardware. For the mobile users, Apple also announced the latest version to their operating system iOS – iOS 7. This new version brings with it some big changes.

Five benefits of offsite backup

Disasters come in all shapes and sizes and for businesses they can range from massive catastrophes to less severe but still damaging ones, such as dropping an external hard drive that contains vital backups. Regardless of the what type of problem you are dealing with, it pays to be prepared beforehand.

5 valuable Windows 8 tips

Windows 8 has been slowly gaining traction with businesses, and numerous companies have already upgraded, while others are seriously considering it. Those upgrading from older versions of Windows will find a drastically different operating system (OS), that may take a while to get used to.

Five online reputation management tips

With the rise of the Internet and social media, it’s now expected that many more companies have an Internet identity. Be it a website or social media, you can guarantee that your customers are looking for you online. While having an online presence is positive, it can also open you up to negative feedback, which can ruin, or at least damage, your company’s reputation and brand.

Five online reputation management tips

With the rise of the Internet and social media, it’s now expected that many more companies have an Internet identity. Be it a website or social media, you can guarantee that your customers are looking for you online. While having an online presence is positive, it can also open you up to negative feedback, which can ruin, or at least damage, your company’s reputation and brand.