Recently, Netflix released an on-trend, reality television series called Tidying Up with Marie Kondo with a premise built on how Organizing Consultant, Marie Kondo, helps American families declutter and reorganize their household. Each episode follows Kondo as she addresses and resolves each family’s unique organizational needs using hands-on methods to tidy up their space as well as provide tips to help maintain it. Our office decided to create our own version…
Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
It is a common, but deadly mistake, to use the term Backup (B/U) interchangeably with Disaster Recovery (DR). This misunderstanding could cause any number of data security and data recovery issues that could potentially destroy a company or at least its IT guy. There is an additional concept in the same vein known as Business Continuity (BC) – let’s do a gut check. To start with, a business continuity assessment is a high-level assessment of a company’s IT enterprise and systematically identifying and then eliminating single points of failure (SPOF) – such as a single core-network switch, standalone server, or a single connection to the internet.
Why should you choose Krypt as your server host? Since our founding in 1998, Krypt has soared into prominence as the dedicated server and hosting division of VPLS, Inc., and currently hosts more than five million websites, as well as 500,000 IPv4 web addresses. And now until the end of February, Krypt is offering its top-rated dedicated servers at a special discounted price! Read on to find out more details about this exclusive offer!
VPLS provides managed infrastructure that helps businesses secure their devices. In this blog, we are focusing how our managed infrastructure specifically helps schools keep their important data safe. We pointed out three types of infrastructure that we manage and that we find important for schools. Read more
When it comes to cyber-security, K-12 school districts have more to lose now than before. In addition to new threats and breaches, cyber-security can also prevent schools from achieving and maintaining unique K-12 requirements, such as FERPA and CIP, which can lead to numerous funding and liability issues in the long run. Educational institutions are especially susceptible to a multitude of cyberattacks. Along with unexpected breaches, overlooked access points in data systems can provide cybercriminals an entry to obtain classified and valuable data. Read more