There is a new scam in town that is making the rounds called the “CEO Fraud”. The FBI claims it is responsible for $2.3 billion in losses. Although the impact of the fraud is seen around the world, recently we’ve seen it in Edmonton. The details of the fraud are simple and that is what makes it seem so innocent. In addition to the simplicity of this scam the fraudster relies on something most of us can relate to… being overworked.
Cloud backup can be a lot like vacation insurance. 99% of the time you never have to use it but that 1% that you do turns you into a vacation insurance advocate. But what happens when you need coverage and realize you purchased it for the wrong dates or you didn’t buy enough?
Misunderstanding cloud backup scheduling and retention won’t stress you out when things are going great 99% of the time. After all you have cloud backup and that makes your business data and those that rely on it happy. But what about the 1% of times when you need to restore your backup? Did all of the data get backed up that you thought was protect? Did you set up your schedule correctly? What about setting up your retention?
Why wait until it’s too late to find out the answers to these questions? In just a couple of minutes you can pick up several tips that can save your data and you some grey hairs down the road.