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Is Data Recovery Covered Under My Personal or Business Insurance Policy?

Will insurance Pay for Data Recovery Service?
The purpose of this article is to educate anyone who needs data recovered whether or not insurance will pay for data recovery service. We encourage everyone to read the article in its entirety in order to know what steps to take if you are looking to file an insurance claim for data recovery.
Whether you’re a business, or individual there is a good chance that you may be eligible to file a claim with […]

Prevent Data Loss During Power Outages Caused by Severe Winter Storms

From Toronto to North Florida, the winter of 2014 is turning out to be particularly rough, and the spike in winter storm-related power outages pose a heightened risk of data loss to unprotected computers.
With no end in sight to the ice and snow blanketing most of the northeast, if you haven’t already taken measures to protect your home and business computers from power surges and outages, now is the time.
Too many people assume that when power to their computer […]

Next-Generation Data Restore Technologies for 2014

Your data is essential to keeping your business running. It is what drives the need for storage technology that provides agility, lowers your risk of data loss, and lowers the costs of risk mitigation.
Heading into 2014, it’s important to know your system is safe from vital data loss; to protect your data effectively and economically, we’ve put together some guidelines on some of the most important  data storage and recovery technologies available, and a basic explanation of each for […]

All I Want for Christmas is the Right Data Recovery Plan (and you.)

If you think about it, there’s no time like the holidays to help your customers simplify their data recovery and backup plans. The holiday season is perhaps the most hectic time of the year; from the shopping and gift wrapping, to meal planning and execution, to spending time with family and friends, few people have any spare resources to cope with an unexpected data loss event.
In recent years, more organizations are evaluating their business continuity plans to make sure […]