Posts Tagged ‘data recovery’

Lessons Learned from $200 Billion Katrina Damage

Posted by CompuVault, Inc. on . In Blog

Recovering businesses in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. One of our partners that worked on recovering businesses in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina had these comments: In the aftermath, a lot of lessons were learned but three easily overlooked factors stood out: Failing to back-up data in alternate location. After the storm, businesses that had only stored their back-up data locally ...

HIPAA Requirements for Providers, Plans, and Entities and CompuVault

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Patient privacy continues to be a chief topic of concern as technology continues to evolve. Now that the majority of patient information is transferred over to digital format, organizations realize that they are exposed to certain risks. These hazards include disaster that may cause physical damage to computers that store patient information, corruption by virus attacks, and even stolen data by un ...

Are you achieving HIPAA compliance? Check here.

Posted by CompuVault, Inc. on . In Blog

The most common concerns about compliance revolves around HIPAA, especially for the health care industry: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) covers a wide range of topics, including specific standards for securing the privacy of healthcare-related data. Two parts of HIPAA in particular require healthcare providers to maintain standards for data integrity, data access, ...

The Lowdown on Data Center Downtime. CompuVault can help.

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The Ponemon Institute’s two-part study found that although the frequency and duration of data center downtime events has slightly decreased, unplanned outages prove to remain a costly line item for organizations. The first part of the study, which surveyed more than 450 U.S.-based data center professionals and focused on the root causes and frequency of downtime, found that organizations are ...

10 Ways to Improve Your Cybersecurity and Avoiding Hacker Attacks

Posted by CompuVault, Inc. on . In Blog

10 ways to improve your cybersecurity defenses against hacker attacks: Use strong passwords, avoid dangerous links and emails Know where confidential data is and keep in a secure location Companies should keep track of all the devices that employees use Companies need to utilize firewalls and virtual private networks All electronics and physical devices should be secured Offices and stores should ...

Building Blocks for Data Protection

Posted by camedmond on . In Business Continuity

Data Protection with CompuVault        Physical Off-Site Storage CompuVault offers a variety of solution to protect your data. CompuVault owns two secure physical vaults for storage of backup or archival data on physical media, with scheduled delivery services and 24/7 emergency two hour return of data. In combination with our cloud and device backup solutions for critical data, you will nev ...

What Should I Back Up?

Posted by camedmond on . In Blog

  If any of these from CompuVault’s top ten list apply to you then contact us, or call Bill today at 314-329-4202, and get protected! Or Toll Free at 844-991-3858, x1102 ...

The End of Business Downtime

Posted by camedmond on . In Blog

The End of Downtime for Business Nothing is more detrimental to a business than business downtime. The average small or midsized business loses more than $160,000 a year from lost productivity during their business downtime.  Larger companies lose more than that from business downtime. Client satisfaction and service reputation can suffer significantly with every second that operations are halted ...

Worry-Free Business Continuity

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Business Continuity that protects data, systems and business. All businesses have essential data, applications and systems they need to protect – personal work stored on laptops, business applications running on servers or infrastructure systems like email and payroll.  And lets face it – sometimes things go wrong.  Laptops get stolen. Email servers fail.  Someone accidentally deletes an im ...

Catastrophic Data Loss

Posted by popadmin on . In Blog

What happens if you have a Catastrophic Data Loss? Several Universities have under taken studies of what would happen to a business if it suffered a Catastrophic Data Loss. Here is what they say: The University of Minnesota found that “…93% of businesses that lost their data center for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within one year.” The University of Texas study says “…companies t ...