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Explaining the 3 2 1 Backup Rule

on Oct 23, 2018 4:51:03 PM By | Nino Vales | Backup Ransomware
The more backup copies you have, the better your coverage against losing a full day of work or even worse your entire data. Ransomware, data corruption, accidental deletions, or environmental disasters, are just some of the dangers lurking to destroy your backups. Recovering data off dead drives costs lots of money, and that can easily be avoided if you have an effective backup strategy in place. This is where the 3 2 1 backup rule comes into play.
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Protecting your Backups from Ransomware

on Jun 22, 2018 10:48:02 AM By | Nino Vales | Ransomware Backup
Ransomware scans network locations where the infected user has read and write access. Files under documents, desktop, and the shared folders you have access are examples of locations vulnerable to getting encrypted. Imagine if an administrator account or someone using an account that has full read and write access to the server gets infected. Easily, everything on the server and the network will be affected. It can halt the operations and affect the productivity of not just one person but the entire organization.
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Cloud or Local Backups? Why not both?

on May 10, 2018 7:46:56 AM By | Nino Vales | Backup Cloud
A reliable backup does not have to be expensive or complicated. Backup storage evolved from punch cards to using the Cloud. The objective remains the same, protect your data from unexpected data loss or provide recovery from disasters.
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