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Find the best backup software for your business at the right price
Backup software information is something businesses need to know so they can protect one of the most important assets of its business, ...
- Article By Rose Bricker
- – March 26, 2010
Improve the bottom line with data clustering services
Computer data clustering techniques—including k-means and expectation maximization clustering—automate data reporting and ...
- Article By Cheryl Bridges
- – June 24, 2011
How can companies instill in their employees a greater sense of responsibility? How do you prevent data from getting into the wrong hands?
- Article By Robert Siciliano
- – April 7, 2015
Find data replication service solutions for protecting business information
Data replication service providers are bouncing onto the scene to give aid to businesses both large and small in that all-important ...
- Article By J. Stoltzfus
- – March 2, 2011
Data Recovery First Aid: 3 tips to increase your chances of success
Let’s get to the important part first - if you’ve just lost your data, skip past this introduction and go directly to our ...
- Article By Sergey Petrov
- – September 20, 2010
For the modern person, your smartphone acts as the trusty sidekick in which you cannot do without. What do you do if your smartphone fails?
- Article By Richard Gurecki
- – February 19, 2015
Do-it-yourself data centers design for smaller businesses
Data centers are notoriously high-cost energy-hogs. A growing number of information technology servers now power a large range of ...
- Article By Elliot Feldman
- – October 2, 2011
First Steps to Developing a Successful Disaster Recovery Plan
Today, the primary method to protect servers from data loss is to backup data to inexpensive removable media such as data tape ...
- Article By Dave Sobel
- – September 30, 2011
Cyber attacks can leave companies in ruins, especially SMBs that don't have the ability to recover. Here are 9 tools to protect your data.
- Article By Melissa Thompson
- – April 16, 2015
Protect important business information with data storage media
It used to be that businesses had two data storage media options: hard and floppy disks. Hard disks are still around and remain the ...
- Article By Brandon Gay
- – March 9, 2010