The IT Pro Blog
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The cloud. We hear the term, and we all use it, but what does it mean when you’re waiting to ditch the server room and
Why are backups no longer enough to protect your organization from ransomware? Let’s start here: cybercriminals are evolving, and they’re evolving fast. What used to
FYI Microsoft’s “Shared Responsibility Model” for Office 365 Means YOU Are Responsible Backups, NOT Microsoft!
Are you under the impression that Microsoft is responsible for the backups inside of solutions like Office 365, Exchange Online, OneDrive and SharePoint Online? Think
While there has been an increase in ransomware attacks as of late, one thing is essential to know: ransomware is getting smarter. What exactly does
1. Make Sure You Have a Plan The case for backup and disaster recovery planning is straightforward: most small businesses cannot survive even one data breach,