The Stratus Downtime Prevention Buyers Guide discusses the 6 questions you should be asking to prevent downtime – including server failures.
No organisation can operate without data. Contracts & legals, sales & accounts, customer, patient & student records. Paper records are useful of course but are easily lost/destroyed and take up sooo much space!
Are you a Tameside based business? If so, do you fancy entering the Pride of Tameside Business Awards? Get involved: #PoTBAwards18
This week, one of our engineers is making a second visit to a major new smart data centre development site in Scandinavia. Superb innovative use of natural resources and green energy technology means the new era of smart data centres
In today’s always-on global economy, seconds matter. Downtime in critical business applications can have far-reaching economic, security and legal consequences. Recovering from a failure, no matter how fast, is simply no longer an option. What companies need today is failure prevention,
What do the 50th anniversary of the release of ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ by the Rolling Stones, 49th anniversary of the release of the ‘Midnight Cowboy’ film, 41st anniversary of the original ‘Star Wars’ movie franchise and the enforcement of GDPR
It’s here, it’s now and it’s a vitally important consideration. GDPR compliant data backup. School, academy and college ICT-responsibles are going through the GDPR learning curve right now. Whilst the manner of gathering and storing data on servers in school
We are pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Topcon GB who will be offering our Replicate Retina data backup for opticians to their clients. This is a particularly timely development with GDPR legislation becoming enforceable from
Another ransomware cryptolocker attack quickly reversed and resolved with Replicate Data This week we came across a very inventive new ransomware/cryptolocker attack, one we haven’t seen before. One of our trusted resellers (who provided expert IT support to their local SME
What’s the definition of cloud computing? What about edge computing? In data centre computing? Smart technology? Industrial internet of things? We’re a technology company and all the jargon can make it confusing, even for us! No wonder so many companies