The technology overlap between backup, redundancy and archiving can often lead to confusion, but each has a different role to play in streamlining and safeguarding data. Backups essentially create a second copy of data at specific points in time, ideally keeping multiple historic copies. Redundancy establishes a straight copy of an entire system, ready to take over if the original system fails. Backup offers a certain level of redundancy, and redundancy a basic level of backup, but neither are stand-alone solutions.
Archiving makes a primary copy of selected data with the aim of retaining data in the long-term. Not all of the data contained in a backup will ultimately end up in an archive so archiving is rarely an adequate backup solution in itself but as a complementary approach, it can considerably optimize the data storage process.
Most backup strategies rely on a combination of backup, redundancy and archiving. An important factor to bear in mind when planning a backup schedule is prioritization of data. Not all data is created equal and a tiered backup strategy that restores the most critical applications first will get you back in business faster and cut data storage costs.
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Many companies are drafting policies to block or limit access to social networking sites just as other businesses and professionals are finding creative ways to use these new sites to promote legitimate business activity. A website such as Facebook, that seems benign on the surface, has the potential to tempt your best employees to abuse network access in ways that can be unproductive or even harmful to your organization. The technical expertise offered by Pesanka Consulting, LLC will play a role as you develop network use policies that are most appropriate for your organization. We can also monitor internet network activity.
Ninety percent of all internet traffic is spam. Processing this much worthless data not only wastes your valuable network resources, but it also saps the productivity of your staff. Pesanka Consulting LLC can reduce spam by using ProofPoint in combination with a SonicWall router to maximize the effectiveness of blocking not only spam but virus and malware before they get into your network. ProofPoint provides unique protection against spam and other e-mail threats; they also offer an Archiving and Encryption service for your Email server. The SonicWall router With GCSS (Global Content Security Services) protects you from other malware and unwanted network traffic like phishing attacks, by gathering information from an expansive network and sources called the SonicWall Global Response Intelligent Defense (GRID) Network.” Implementing ProofPoint and SonicWall devices has helped many of my clients return their focus to what is important to their business day.
An MSP offers peace of mind. Our service operates seamlessly in the background to monitor, manage and maintain your network, hardware, software, and security. This allows you focus on your business. We keep the network up and running, keep down-times to a minimum and make sure your security is up to date. We will also backup your data and we can advise you on best practices to proactively manage your company’s internet usage. Proactive management is the key to your success.