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Phishing Attacks: How to Recognize Them and Keep Your Business Safe

Cybercrime is on the rise, and hackers are using any opportunity to take advantage of an unknowing victim to gain access to personal information for financial gain. The new “work from anywhere” world puts everyone at risk of cyber-attacks. One commonly used tactic is phishing. Phishing messages are crafted with the end goal of capturing a person or an organization’s…
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How SaaS Backup Can Help

By 2021, the market for software-as-a-service (SaaS) reached $113.1 billion — almost doubled from 2017. In 2018, up to 90%* of data breaches were due to human error, and user error is a common cause of data loss Accidental deletion Forgetting to save Spills near hardware Device Loss or theft Cloud-based applications, like Microsoft 365 and G Suite, feature auto-save…
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SaaS Protection for Microsoft 365: Simple, Automated and Secure Backup

With more and more businesses relying on Microsoft 365 to run their daily operations, there’s a need for more advanced backup and data protection than what Microsoft can provide. We offer SaaS Protection for Microsoft 365, the leading cloud-to-cloud backup product providing an all-in-one backup, restore and export solution that covers Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams. Microsoft 365 is Not…
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Making the Case for Cloud-to-Cloud Backup

In the information era, data is a foundational element of all businesses. Data is collected, stored, and analyzed allowing businesses to gain a new depth of insight into their customers. With an endless amount of possibilities to grow their business in a smarter, more agile way, this data needs to be available around the clock to ensure the operational success…
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How Your Business Can Recover Quickly from Any Disaster

To ensure you are protected, get beyond these myths and misconceptions about Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Making Sure Your Business Is Ready for Anything You’ve seen disasters in the news that could be fatal to your business. They range from unforeseen natural disasters — like severe weather, flooding, wildfires, or an earthquake — to man-made disasters like ransomware and…
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Identifying and Preventing Email Phishing Attacks

Criminals use phishing, a type of online scam, to impersonate legitimate companies to steal sensitive information. Why is this scam referred to as phishing? The term “phishing” is a spin on the word fishing because criminals dangle a fake “lure”— that looks legitimate and is sent from a reputable company—hoping to get users to “bite” by providing sensitive information like…
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Protect Remote Workers from Microsoft 365 and G Suite Data Loss

As small and medium-sized (SMBs) businesses around the globe continue to adapt to remote work, there has been a surge in the use of cloud collaboration apps. According to research from Techaisle, 74% of SMBs are using collaboration focused SaaS solutions. At one point, Microsoft 365 Teams gained more than 12 million daily users in a single week - up…
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The Effects of Supply Chain Disruptions

Before the pandemic, few people outside of the shipping and manufacturing industries talked about the global supply chain. Now over two years later, supply chain issues are front and center in the news and around conference tables. The United States is experiencing a baby formula shortage, a global semiconductor shortage that decreased auto industry sales by more than 21 percent…
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Top 3 Reasons to Back Up Your SaaS Data

Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace are being adopted by businesses at an enormous rate. However, their popularity makes them attractive targets for cybercriminals. One of the most business-friendly innovations in recent years has been the rapid growth of cloud applications like Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace. These Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps have fundamentally changed the way we do business, enabling companies…
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Ransomware Response Checklist

Ransomware is a form of malware that keeps your data encrypted until ransom is paid. It comes in many variants (such as REvil, Conti and WannaCry) but it’s constantly evolving, making it very difficult to protect against. Although the average amount of ransom requested is $5,600 the average cost of downtime from a single attack can be as high as…
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