12. January 2012 09:13
What is a Disaster Recovery plan?
Disaster Recovery is the process, policies and procedures, related to preparing for recovery or continuation of a technology infrastructure critical to an organisation, after a natural or human-induced disaster. Organisations of all sizes are dependent on the continuous availability of their IT systems. Do you think your business is ready for a disaster to hit in the next year? Can your business survive a disaster and are you prepared to recover all your essential applications and data quickly and accurately? [More]
9. December 2011 08:00
In the current economic climate every business is looking to maximise their return on investment (ROI). Maximising your IT budget is one way to increase your ROI, by saving your business money and increasing productivity. This article details ten ways to get the most from your IT budget. [More]
15. September 2011 12:10
Loss of data can have catastrophic consequences for a business. Files can be accidently deleted, damaged by a virus or hardware failure, or on a larger scale computers could be stolen or damaged in a fire or flood. If these damaged files contain your critical data you will, no doubt, have a major problem. Most companies would collapse or be unable to function if there was a disaster which meant they lost their data. [More]