It’s true that some businesses are more likely to be targeted by cyber criminals, based primarily on their industry. For example, hackers often go after health care or financial institutions, because they house sensitive and significant personal data. But businesses of all sizes and in all industries are susceptible to
All data is valuable. But when disaster strikes and the clock is ticking, with business operations and customers hanging in the balance, is some data more important? That’s the thinking behind the newest approach to data protection and disaster recovery: prioritizing certain data in order to avoid downtime and minimize
On our hybrid IT blog, we’ve written about the Internet of Things, or IoT. As a refresher, IoT refers to the smart devices that are becoming increasingly popular and prevalent in Minnesota and across the country. These devices include smart thermostats and security cameras, fitness trackers, speakers, even light bulbs.
With the summer storm season upon us, disaster recovery (DR) is top of mind for many IT professionals. But new data shows that severe weather is no longer the primary reason that companies are undergoing the disaster recovery planning process. Newer threats, such as cyberattacks, ransomware, and climate change have