Echopath Blog Into the Dark Ages: What Keeps Cloud Servers from Crashing? There’s over 1 exabyte of data being stored in the cloud. (That’s 1,073,741,824 GB.) That’s personal cloud and private cloud, individual data and business data. Now imagine that it all went away. All of it. Every single bit. Obviously that wouldn’t happen, since […]
Echopath Blog What Should Go? Choosing What Data To Include In Cloud Backup When you decide to back up your company’s data using the cloud, you start the necessary process of deciding what data to include. Not everything might necessarily need to go. This is a time for you to take stock of important data, […]
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Echopath Blog Backing Up: Small Business vs. Large Business We don’t have to tell you that there are plenty of differences between large and small businesses, but we can tell you that your backup plan for each should be different. If you’re from a large business and moving to a small one (or vice versa), […]
Security: Neiman Marcus Through ecommerce, department stores like Neiman Marcus have been able to increase their revenues significantly, meeting demand in places they may never have had reason to put a store. Yet even when a business is as large and makes as much money as Neiman Marcus does, it doesn’t make that business insusceptible […]
Cloud computing came about because there was a need for more storage space and more computing power without having to spend large amounts of money on building the facilities to house this technology. In addition to this need, there was also the need to be able to access files from a large number of devices […]
A whopping 75% of employees leaving their jobs could be described as “disgruntled.” Some people leave and are just mad about it and leave it alone. Others go a few steps further and try to do something to damage the company. That can include damaging or stealing data before (or, in some cases, after) they […]