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Information Management

The 3-2-1 Backup Rule

Data loss is a topic that is getting more and more explosive. Attacks from outside and inside the company, water or fire, bad sectors on the storage medium – there are numerous ways to lose important data. And: The human being is responsible for 25 % of all data losses – the cleaning lady, who uses the power socket to which the backup drive is also connected for her vacuum …Read More

As public cloud storage grows, watch out for data loss

Cloud storage is a model of data storage where digital data is stored in logical pools.  The physical storage runs across multiple servers and the physical environment is usually owned and managed by a hosting company. So, what exactly is public cloud storage?  It is a standard cloud computing model in which a service provider provides resources, such as virtual machines (VMs) available to the general public over the internet.  …Read More

The Data Left Behind on Old Devices

At some point, you will outgrow your PC or laptop. The big question is what should you do with the old device? Sell, give away, dispose or recycle? Used graphics cards are currently traded with high prices, and with hard drives, you can still make money. In order to reduce your risk of loss of personal data, hard drives should be deleted before being sold, but do sellers always do …Read More

Creating a backup before upgrading your OS is a must

It’s just a simple upgrade, what could go wrong? The answer to that question is exactly why backing up your data is an essential part of upgrading your operating system(OS). Common Errors When Upgrading A lot can happen when upgrading your OS, let’s review some of the common errors when upgrading. 1. Power A loss of power during any major system update can be harmful to data and this is …Read More

Connected Cars – from revolutionary to risky

From Apple CarPlay to Android Auto, parking assistance, internet connectivity, streaming media and traffic guidance, automotive technology continues to advance and serve as a computer on wheels for consumers.  However, along with these exciting features comes the need to protect from cyber security risks.  Adding cars to the Internet of Things will prove to be difficult and make vehicles a larger and more attractive target for cybercrime.  How do criminals …Read More

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