GUEST OPINION by David Eshuis, Victory ICT Services: Many businesses are unaware that danger may be lurking in their old files. Over the years files, emails and backups have been saved to network-attached storage (NAS) devices – but are all these old files safe from ransomware?
GUEST OPINION by Craig Somerville, Managing Director and CEO, Somerville: The benefits offered by the adoption of cloud computing are now well understood, however many IT managers are still struggling to put a clear migration strategy in place.
Google will delete back-ups of Android devices, after warning users who have not used their devices for two weeks and without telling them how long it will take before the back-ups are removed.
The cloud continues transforming backups and disaster recovery, with Acronis saying this transformation ‘provides a host of new data protection benefits for organisations and individuals alike.’
Synology’s newest backup solutions promise high-availability, massive scalability, uncompromising reliability and instant, granular recovery.
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