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The Best Free Cloud Storage for Backups in 2024

As we move into 2024, cloud storage is not just a convenience but a necessity for individuals and businesses. With this in mind, this article explores the increasing relevance of free cloud storage solutions, a brief history of their evolution, and how free cloud storage can help you manage your data securely. With the rise of internet connectivity and the proliferation of smart devices , free cloud storage has become more relevant than ever.

Top 3 Office 365 Backup solutions for 2024

In the dynamic landscape of modern business operations, data plays a pivotal role in driving productivity and decision-making. As organizations increasingly rely on Microsoft Office 365 for their collaborative and communication needs, the importance of securing and preserving this data has never been more critical.

Managing Disasters: Exploring RPO & RTO Configurations for Seamless Recovery

Backing up your data is only half the battle. Data recovery is the other half. When a disaster strikes, organizations need to get their systems up and running quickly and efficiently to minimize downtime. Join Dan Myers, Backup Product Manager, and Nick DeStefano, Backup Product Marketing Manager as they walk through how to seamlessly recover from a disaster – like a ransomware attack – while focusing on meeting restore point and restore time objectives within your backup solution.

How Much Does Cloud Backup Software Cost?

Cloud backup solutions are characterized by diverse offerings, each with its own set of features, security measures, and pricing schemes. Our analysis will dissect the various components that constitute the cost of utilizing these services, ranging from storage and bandwidth fees to data transfer and retrieval expenses.

Cloud backup: improve your disaster recovery plans

Today the lowest cost media per terabyte for backups is still tape, even after factoring in the handling costs of manually loading and unloading tape libraries, and logistics surrounding off-site storage. However, while inexpensive, tapes are inflexible. And when used as an offline solution it can take many hours to retrieve them from offsite storage – not to mention the additional time required to load them into a tape library before a recovery can even start.

Ensuring Business Continuity with Cloud Backup

Have you ever had one of those nightmares where your business data has vanished? You wake up in a cold sweat, realizing how much your company relies on all that information stored on servers and computers. If a disaster wiped it out, your business could halt. But there's an easy solution: cloud backup.

Double Down on Your Backups

In August, a ransomware attack hit another company. Unfortunately, it hit a regional cloud provider in Europe this time, and we can call this a “critical hit.” So far, we know a virtual server got compromised and used as a jump host; from there, the attacker started to encrypt all volumes in the same domain. Based on pure luck or some profound reconnaissance, the same server migrated into a different data center and continued its unplanned job from there.

8 Advanced Tech Solutions for Reducing Business Downtime

In today's fast-paced business landscape, downtime can be a devastating blow to any organization. Every minute of unproductive time translates to potential revenue loss, damage to customer trust, and disruptions in operations. As technology evolves, so do the solutions for mitigating downtime and ensuring seamless business continuity. This article will explore eight advanced tech solutions that can significantly reduce business downtime and keep your operations running smoothly.

Leveraging Cloud Infrastructure for Remote Work

Even though there have been numerous reports about the decline of remote work in the last two years, many companies are still using the model and seeing a lot of success with it. Some of this success has to do with the technology they use. Cloud technology has become popular as businesses have realized its numerous benefits, including its ability to help them reduce operating costs, enhance collaboration, and provide scalability. Here's how these businesses are using cloud infrastructure effectively for remote work.