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Modernize Your Data Protection and Recovery

Posted by Quentin Jacksch on Thu, Jun 19, 2014 @ 09:30

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Topics: Business Continuity Planning

5 Cornerstones of Compliance: A Fundamental Approach to Backup and Disaster Recovery

Posted by Quentin Jacksch on Tue, Jun 17, 2014 @ 09:17

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Bottom Line: The Cloud Will Make It Bigger

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Fri, Jun 13, 2014 @ 10:37

 

Everywhere you go the cloud is looming. You hear about it at conferences, industry events and even in your office from employees wondering aloud why you aren’t on the cloud. You read about it online, in press releases and in industry publications. You understand the concept and like the idea, but is the cost worth it? In fact what does it cost?

The cloud is not for every business, if you are running a multinational public company and have billions of dollars at your disposal then you might consider other options, likely to be much more expensive, less efficient and not as secure, of course in that case it’s not your money. But, if you are reading this then you are likely a sensible business person with a need to make a sensible business choice about how to wisely spend your money and invest in your company’s future. If that is your situation then the cloud is for you.

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Topics: Cloud Computing

Improved Technology Means Increased IT Support for Dentists

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 @ 05:30

The increase in technology spending for dentists and rapidly grown since in the last two years as dentist practices continue to rebound from the last few years of a slow market. With the increase in need for technology in the dental industry, there has been a spike in dental IT support services, giving dentists options on who they work with hire to manage it. When it comes down to it, dental offices cannot have their web applications or hardware fail them. 

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Topics: Dental IT Services

The Importance of a Well Designed Data Recovery System

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Mon, Jun 02, 2014 @ 01:30

In its simplest form, data recovery servies from a Denver IT support company can be defined as the process of redeeming lost data off a corrupt or damaged storage device - be it a USB flash drive or a hard drive or some other device. Typically, unless you are terribly running out of luck, a hard drive tends to last for several years without giving you any trouble. However, aging is not the only factor that adversely affects the performance of your hard drive, there are many others too: from malware to a power surge and what not. In an era when almost every single aspect of an organization’s operational structure are increasingly becoming reliant on digital technology, can you really afford to take the risk of not having a back up plan in case something goes wrong with your digital assets. For any business using computers and networks (today there are hardly any that don’t) for their day to day operations, even a single corrupt or damaged system could lead to potentially disastrous consequences, unless of course they have a practical and effective data recovery policy in place.

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Topics: Desktop Support

Six Differences Between Intelligent Business Continuity and Traditional Backup Systems

Posted by Quentin Jacksch on Tue, May 27, 2014 @ 02:30

Did you know that the survival of your company depends on intelligent business continuity? According to a recent article from PC Mag, 60% of companies that lose their data in the course of a disaster wind up closing their doors within six months. Data on 96% of business workstations don't even get backed up. However, it's not enough to back up your data in traditional ways, such as the use of flash drives or tapes. What your business needs is an intelligent business continuity program from a respected Denver IT support firm.

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Topics: Business Continuity Planning

Business Continuity Planning is a Must For Denver IT Support Firms

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Thu, May 22, 2014 @ 02:30

Putting together a reliable business continuity planning solution is a must for companies. When the worst happens, it will help them continue their normal activities in the event of unpreictable disruptions, such as natural disasters, power failure, IT disasters and so on. Disaster recovery solutions are readily available for companies that want to team up with an IT support company, so if you are serious about protecting your business's data, click here to team up with one of the most respected names in Denver IT support, QeH2 Solutions.
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Topics: Business Continuity Planning, BDR

The Four Steps To Business Continuity And Quality Denver IT Support

Posted by Quentin Jacksch on Tue, May 20, 2014 @ 02:54

 
Since you have stumbled upon this article and the name caught your eye, you are undoubtedly wondering what the four steps to quality business continuity are. And so, we are here to go into a little detail about just what actions need to be taken in order to follow those four steps. Take a look.

  1. Keep Detailed Records of Crucial Documents. Your business most expectedly has a collection of documents that are crucial to the maintenance and stability of itself. Making sure that these documents are well accounted for, and kept track of is imperative to your company's well being. Also try to make sure that you have a safe place with backups and copies of those files in another building, if possible.
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Topics: Business Continuity Planning

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