1. Think about which devices you need to protect. What and where are these devices? How many of each kind? For example, 8 laptops, 5 desktop computers, 2 servers. 2. How much data is on these computers? 3. Where would you like to store your data – locally, in the cloud, remote location or maybe … read the full article.
Many schools have an internal IT team – it’s hard not to, with printers, projectors and smart boards going wrong every day. But are you certain that your IT team is doing everything in their power to keep your organisation secure, not only from external threats, but internal threats too? What makes schools particularly vulnerable … read the full article.
At home, hardly anyone pays attention to the systematic archiving of data, and yet making copies of files on a second hard disk or burning them onto CD / DVD is a sufficient minimum. In companies, the situation is much better. Administrators generally are aware of the possibility of data loss due to disk failure or virus attack. But spending money on systems for archiving are still not given priority. You do not always need to buy expensive hardware or backup software. Relatively recently, growing availability of broadband has increased interest in storing all important data outside the home or business by using on-line backup systems. Important information that is … read the full article.