Data backup legislation – it’s a minefield and it’s changing again in May 2018 when the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into effect.
Special colocation hosting limited offer due to spare rack space capacity – Manchester based colocation hosting services, within ISO 27001 and 22301 Tier 1 data centre facility (directly networked to an array of Tier 1 backbone providers).
Data centre technologies are a hot topic. Earlier this week our Tech Director attended the annual Data Centre Transformation event. It was a great opportunity to meet up with industry experts to share trends and discuss emerging data centre technologies.
A power outage means downtime and data loss – right? Not with forward planning and 24/7 Uptime – system downtime avoided!
We all saw the news on the British Airways’ system failure this Bank Holiday weekend – resulting in thousands of flight cancellations and frustrated, angry passengers.
There has been much discussion over the past few days about cyber security threats – and there seems to be a general misconception that only government offices and big corporates are affected. Sadly, that’s not the case.
What is your expected mission critical server lifespan? 4 years? 5 years? How about 24 years? Stratus Technologies fault tolerant server platform provides continuous processing for critical applications, completely eliminating any downtime.
We’ve been keeping critical software systems up and running since 2009. Sugar is made, oil & gas are kept flowing, soup is on the table, railway stations are safe, radio stations stay on air – all thanks to the technology
Stratus Technologies, the leading provider of continuous availability solutions, recently revealed the results of its Highly-Available and Fault-Tolerant Infrastructure Considerations Survey.
We’ve performed two large data restore routines for customers who have been targeted by the Cryptolocker ransomware virus over the past week. The perpetrators of this type of ransomware virus have been emailing it to huge numbers of people, targeting