Secure Data Storage
Cloud Backup • 09/20/22
Ransomware Protection needs a Proper Backup Strategy
Today, high availability is crucial to the operations of every organisation. In the event of a disaster or ransomware attack, you need to trust a platform that ensures business continuity until you can fall back to your primary site.
Cloud Backup • 08/11/22
Cloud Backup vs Cloud Storage: How to Decide what’s Best for Your Business
Cloud Backup vs Storage: Many people use the two terms ‘cloud backup’ and ‘cloud storage’ interchangeably, not understanding the difference.
Cloud Backup • 05/18/22
Creating a solid defence plan against data loss
At TIMG, we work with our partner Veeam to offer layers of protection and security against data loss and modern ransomware attacks.
Cloud Backup • 04/05/22
How solid is your data backup plan?
It's no longer good enough for businesses to have a simplistic ‘set and forget’ view of an organisation’s data backup strategy.
Information Management • 02/11/22
The Great Resignation – is your business immune?
There’s no denying the impact of Covid 19 on jobs and labour markets with employee turnover, being a hot topic. Forced isolation and lockdowns have offered many of us the opportunity to rethink our lives and values – including the social contract between employer and employee.
Cloud Backup • 04/28/21
Does Microsoft backup your O365 data?
Microsoft takes care of quite a bit and provides a great service for their customers. However, Microsoft’s primary focus is on managing the Office 365 infrastructure and maintaining uptime to your users. They leave the responsibility of protecting and backing up your data to YOU.
Cloud Backup • 04/15/21
Protecting data from ransomware attacks. We talk to an expert.
At TIMG, we have a wealth of talent and we value our industry connections who contribute to our broader mission. We caught up with Adam Marshall, to talk about Ransomware and the steps businesses can take to mitigate risk. . . .
Cloud Backup • 07/14/20
Do you have full control of your Office 365 data?
The idea that Microsoft Office 365 data is somehow automatically backed up...