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In a recent survey, nearly 91 percent of remote workers polled claimed they got more done working from home than they ever did in an actual office. Companies all over the world are starting to embrace the power of virtual offices due to the convenience and cost savings they provide. While allowing employees to workRead More

June 20th, 2018

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First you (and your team) need to attend a networking event in Fort Myers. Take it one step further and join a a networking meetup group. Attending one event can be beneficial, but if you join a group with professionals in your industry and attend regular meetups, your business will flourish and find support forRead More

November 8th, 2017

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Seeking out professional help before you put your plan in action can help you avoid missing important steps, which could leave your system crippled. Make sure you work with someone who has experience in both setting up business contingency plans and experience in data recovery.

December 14th, 2015

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Only about 50% of companies test their disaster recovery plan once a year, and 14% never test it at all! Having a disaster plan in place isn’t enough – you need to know that it is reliable. Run a test once a month to ensure your backups are working and your system is secure.

December 7th, 2015

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One of the most important ways to avoid disaster is by maintaining the security of your network. While fires, floods, theft and natural disasters are certainly a threat, you are much more likely to experience downtime and data loss due to a virus, worm or hacker attack, so it is critical to keep your networkRead More

November 30th, 2015

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This is a blueprint of the software, data, systems and hardware you have in your company’s network, which will make restoring your network faster, easier AND cheaper. It also speeds up the process of everyday repairs on your network since the technicians don’t have to spend time figuring out where things are located and howRead More

November 23rd, 2015

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Although having a copy of your data off-site is good, all that information must be restored someplace to be of use. If you do not have all of your application’s software installation media and licenses, it could take days to reinstate. By imaging your server, you are creating an exact replica that you can directlyRead More

November 16th, 2015

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This will give your employees the flexibility and convenience to work on the road or at home if they cannot be in the office. It will also allow your IT service provider the ability to remotely access and fix your network in the event of an emergency or for routine maintenance.

November 9th, 2015

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You know the saying: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” Well, that also applies to your company data. Always maintain a recent copy of your data off-site, on a different server, or on a storage device. By having both on-site and off-site backup, you are ensuring your data is constantly safe from being damaged or lost. Keep in mind that it is a good idea to have geographic redundancy in a private cloud. With the Abacus Private Cloud solution, you are in complete control of your data and we will never delete, destroy or lose your data. All Abacus Private Cloud data centers are located within the United States to ensure compliance with the ABA and your State/Local Bar Associations, so you will always be able to access what you need, when you need it.

November 2nd, 2015

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The #1 cause of data loss is human error! Do not rely on someone to set up your data backup – they could set it incorrectly, or not at all. Automating your backups so they run without any interaction, along with auto email notification to notify you or your team of any issues saves you sleepless nights. Establish program backup procedures and test them regularly – you do not want to discover during a disaster situation that your data backup system is faulty.

October 26th, 2015

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