Posts Tagged ‘IT’

A Backup, Untested, Is No Backup

Different data storage formats, including USB, hard disk, floppy, SD, etc.

Backups are key to your data’s survival, but even if you have a backup, you are still vulnerable. Some of the biggest reasons are: It’s the first place ransomware encrypts when it infects your systems User error can delete the files or access to them Most backups aren’t complete and recoverable. They have to be…

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Making Sense and Dollars of the CCPA and GDPR

If you’re a solution provider, system integrator, reseller, MSP, xSP, et cetera, you already bear great responsibility for helping your customers comply with data protection and security mandates. In fact, you are probably their trusted go-to advisor. Unless your head has been in the sand for the last year, you’re already aware of the GDPR…

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The Hazards of Success Are Real!

It’s been a rough week at the ioFABRIC offices as we celebrate three separate award wins. Indeed, success comes at a steep price—multiple contusions, bruising, muscles sprains and a few employees out on sick leave all related to our much-publicized wins from Tech Target/SearchStorage.com and Tech Trailblazers. One marketing employee had to take extended sick…

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Protection against Ransomware for Your Clients

data protection against ransomware

We announced today that Xenium IT Corp is offering Xenium X Protect—a turnkey data protection and data availability solution that eliminates the risk of ransomware, data loss, and downtime. So why would a customer want X Protect? The answer is simple. Protection from ransomware and a guarantee that your data is always available and where…

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What’s in Store for IT Infrastructure in 2018?

We looked into our crystal ball and this is what we found. Rise in Ransomware Expect an increase in malicious attacks in 2018. Juniper Research tells us that the cyber crimes will create $2.1 trillion in business losses by 2019! That’s a lot of money! Artificial Intelligence AI will minimize human errors, improve operations, and ultimately…

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How ABM Solves Data Management Headaches with ioFABRIC

IT ransomware headache

From a humble window-washing company to now a full-service facilities management company, ABM prides itself on solving problems for its customers. But who solves problems for ABM? When data management issues came calling, ABM needed someone to turn to. Enter: ioFABRIC. Solving problems for the problem-solver Tony Gouyer, Senior Systems Engineer, Global Infrastructure Services at…

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Make Storage Simple – Solve Your Silos and Connect to the Cloud

When your data keeps growing, with no end in sight, how do you consistently manage it across different media, systems, and sites (or clouds)? We talked with Peter Washburn and Trevor Pott from Technicare Imaging about how they solved this problem with ioFABRIC. Before ioFABRIC Technicare Imaging handles hundreds of gigabytes of images on a…Read More

The Lie of Five Nines: Data Must Be Always Available

Several years ago, someone decided to quantify their high reliability and high availability data services—and the idea of “Five Nines” was born. The Five Nines Rule While this was a way of setting a high bar of availability—99.999 percent rounds up to 100, right?—when people started calculating it out, they realized that it still meant…

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Location, Location, Location

What is the key ingredient to having a happy workplace? It’s all about location. Yes, of course ioFABRIC has other perks like flexible work hours, comfortable chairs, great team building, beer Tuesdays (!), challenging and rewarding work, and great staff to spend your time with. But the one ingredient that is hard to put a…Read More
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