Data backup is a method that involves creating a copy of your primary data and archiving it in a different location in the event of your original data being lost or corrupted. A businesses data is their greatest and most valuable asset. It can feature information about a client, job, system, process, finance and much more.
IoT has particularly become very popular during the pandemic as a way to reduce contact between people. IoT refers to all devices that are connected to the internet. It also provides you with the opportunity to control other devices remotely.
Cyber security presents many dynamic challenges within itself and with the addition of the ever changing technology, the list continues to grow in relation to implementing the best practices in keeping your business secure. There are several factors that contribute to your cyber security such as your technology, software, IT infrastructure, networks and connection.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an identification process where a user’s identity is verified. Whether you are logging into your computer or connecting to a network, it is now a common practise to provide further evidence of who you are. The authentication process occurs through comparing your evidence against specifications that are set for user roles and permissions within a directory.
Cloud computing security refers to a set of procedures, technologies, policies and controls that all work with one another to protect data and infrastructure in the cloud against external and internal cyber security threats.
Whether you are looking to expand your local storage area network (SAN) or migrating to the cloud, knowing what the consequences and impacts of both decisions is important and to understand the capabilities and cost management of both systems.