Category: Cloud Backup
Backup: What are the challenges and How to solve Them
Contrary to what some IT professionals believe, backups are not ”set it and forget it”. You need to plan their execution carefully, build and set up a solution. You should then expect to have to fix issues from time to time, until your setup is flawless. And even once your backup setup is flawless, major
Best practices to protect your organization against ransomware threats: A guide
Ransomware, a form of malware that encrypts a user’s or organization’s most important files or data rendering them unreadable, isn’t a novel threat in the world of computer security. These destructive, financially-motivated attacks where cybercriminals demand payment to decrypt data and restore access have been studied and documented for many years. Today’s reality shows us
Test Your Backups: A Comprehensive Guide
Some believe that backups are a routine that should be set and forgotten about. Such people also believe that ransomware attacks, downtime caused by hardware failures, and human mistakes that lead to data loss are things that happen to people in the news, or topic starters on Reddit in other words, to someone else. We
Why Cloud-Based Google Cloud Storage(GCS) Is Better Than Traditional Storage
It’s never been more important to back up business data. Data breaches are happening every day, and there aren’t any signs of attacks slowing down anytime soon. Even though there are numerous ways to back up data, using cloud based storage is becoming increasingly popular among businesses. Why Google Cloud Storage? Google Cloud Storage isn’t
A Map of Storage Options in Google Cloud
Where should your application store data? Of course, the choice depends on the use case. This post covers the different storage options available within Google Cloud across three storage types: object storage, block storage, and file storage. It also covers the use cases that are best suited for each storage option. Cloud Storage is an
Streamline backup, storage & disaster recovery operations with Google Cloud Storage (GCS)
What is Google Cloud Storage? Cloud Storage is a globally secure and scalable repository that’s unchanging for object storage for immutable data such as images, text, videos, or any other file formats. Move & manage your data across all GCS storage classes Easily move your data to GCP Standard, Nearline, Coldline, and Archive storage containers/classes,
We are in the Cloud, we are covered Right?
When we tell people about how PawaIT Solutions Ltd fully automates business continuity and disaster recovery on Google Cloud Platform, we’re commonly asked the same question. “Wait isn’t that built into the cloud?” You can be forgiven if you asked it too. Google Cloud Platform provides a lot of built-in redundancy, and it can be
Cloud Backup: Avoiding a Single Point of Failure
If your backup/data centre fails, you can lose everything (personnel data, customer information, etc.), unless, of course, you’re avoiding a single point of failure with a cloud backup solution. And if that’s the case, you’re in good hands. In this day and age, where everyone is a target for cybercriminals, cloud backup is the way
A Look at how Cloud Data Backup can be helpful
What would happen if, by accident or malice, some piece of important data, such as an email/s from your MS 365/Google Workspace user/s, that had critical information/importance to the company was lost/deleted and this was discovered many months down the line when it was impossible to restore such data? This is more common in companies than you think, especially those that have already adopted some cloud solutions.
Over 60k MS Exchange Servers Hacked
Over 60k MS Exchange Servers Hacked in a complicated cyberattack. If your organization is affected /impacted or unsure, perhaps this may be a good time to explore the potential of moving your organization’s email and communication systems to the cloud. And what better and safe and secure cloud to consider than Google Cloud Workspace. The same system that runs and protects Google systems such as Gmail, is provided for organizations that want to move to the cloud.