Does your business need a disaster recovery solution?

If a technical problem, natural disaster or human error results in loss of critical data, having a recovery solution will help you return to business as usual.

Ransomware? What is it?

Ransomware is a malicious virus attackers use to encrypt your systems and blackmail you. Don’t give in and pay the ransom, protect yourself.

A look back at our Disaster Recovery demo

A Look Back at our Disaster Recovery Webinar with Datto

We went over to see our disaster recovery and business continuity partners Datto to bring you a webinar looking at the need of protecting your data and creating a reliable Disaster Recovery Plan.

Create a Disaster Recovery Plan

How Do I Create a Disaster Recovery Plan?

Disaster Recovery Plans should be the foundation of every businesses approach to security. See how to form yours.

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Data backup: Tape Vs. Cloud

Our latest infographic shows the pros and drawbacks of tape and cloud backup.

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Why You Need a Disaster Recovery Plan

Cybersecurity and data recovery. Think you have heard enough? Clearly not. Despite the surge in cybersecurity awareness, millions of businesses within the UK are at risk of losing their data should they fall victim to a cyber-attack.

Cyber Crime Essentials Recap

Catch up on our Cyber Crime Essentials events!

Over the course of the last month, we have been running our Cyber Crime Essentials series, exploring the rise in cyber-crime and arming you with the tools and knowledge you need to educate your teams to help tackle the latest and realist cybersecurity threats. This blog brings you all the key information from each of the talks!

Another year another brilliant DattoCon

Last week I attended DattoCon18 joining partners from around the world at the sixth annual Datto Conference in Austin, Texas. This is my overview of the brilliant conference, the highlights and the new features. Colin Blumenthal

Data Security vs. Data Protection, what is the difference?

Everyone is talking about Data Protection and Security, but what is the difference and is your organisation taking the protection and security of its data seriously?