Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
In late August 2017, Hurricane Harvey caused widespread power outages and floods across Texas and certain parts of Louisiana. Weeks later, Hurricane Irma hit the coast, affecting Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina businesses. Now, experts are saying there are more storms to come, which is why you need a good disaster recovery (DR) plan that has you prepared for the worst.
Employees don’t usually prioritize managing files and photos because they can be tedious and time-consuming. Those who have to deal with a high volume of files and photos across different devices often depend on the auto-sync functions of Google Drive or do manual backups on external drives or SD cards.
If you don't have disaster recovery in your Los Angeles business, then this article is for you. Have you heard of the word "ransomware"? If not, let me begin by telling you about what happened to a Los Angeles hospital just last month.
Everyone knows that without a good backup in place, your business risks complete data loss in the event of a server theft, fire, or other catastrophic event. Your business risks partial data loss if one of your users accidentally deletes files, or replaces new versions of files with old ones.
We all know, "If it is not backed up, then you can't get it back!" Unfortunately, on our initial site audits over the years, a large number of new clients, who thought they were getting backups, were not. During our initial "DCG Baseline audit" we compare your volume sizes to the actual backup size and often find that critical files are not making it on the tape.