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How Safe is Your Data from Viruses, Hackers, Corruption, and Natural Disasters?

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Click Here To Receive This Free Report Do you know if your business’s computer system is completely safe from viruses, hackers, data loss, corruption, or natural disasters?As a business owner, you recognize how crucial it is to keep your computer network continually and successfully running while keeping your data safe….

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Work From Home

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Are You a Business Owner Who Would Like to Start a “Work From Home” program for Employees? If you are the owner of a company with 10 or more employees and want to enable your staff to work from home or while on the road, please read this special report:…

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New Client FAQ

How Safe is Your Data from Viruses, Hackers, Corruption, and Natural Disasters?

| Backups/Disaster Recovery, New Client FAQ, Security | No Comments

Click Here To Receive This Free Report Do you know if your business’s computer system is completely safe from viruses, hackers, data loss, corruption, or natural disasters?As a business owner, you recognize how crucial it is to keep your computer network continually and successfully running while keeping your data safe….

Ask the Answer Guy – Should I Encrypt My Internal Drive?

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Dear Brent, How important is it for me to encrypt my system? If you haven’t already done it, do it. Encrypting your internal drives is essential in fighting off the threats that come after you’ve lost your computer, or had it stolen or compromised by unauthorized users. The process of…

Alternatives to Fiber…Buyer Beware!

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Telecom companies are – very slowly – building out fiber technology to commercial buildings. But it will be a while before fiber is widely installed. Which begs the question: Should businesses implement Ethernet over Copper (EoC) technology or T1, bonded (n x) T1 or T3 private line circuits? While fiber…

Ask the Answer Guy – Is DSS necessary if I have RAID?

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Dear Brent, Why do I need DSS if my server has a RAID disk subsystem?” In the event that a drive fails, Raid lowers risk of downtime and is a “baseline requirement” for servers. But RAID alone provides no protection against accidental or intentional deletion or corruption. For example, software…

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