Losing data is a real problem. IT must ensure it never happens, despite server crashes, power outages, or natural disasters. At DSN Group, Inc., we want you to have the right tools to prevent the unthinkable.
With Microsoft Azure, disaster recovery with Site Recovery, you can set up and test your disaster recovery solution in just 3 easy steps, and no need to pay for additional infrastructure. You’re just minutes away from total peace of mind.
Azure offers a business continuity solution that will seamlessly integrate into your existing infrastructure. Contact us today to find out more on how we can help.Read More
It’s easy to forget that the status quo will invariably be interrupted by something at some point in time. Don’t be caught off guard. Prepare your IT for when disaster strikes with Microsoft Azure.
You can use Azure Backup to restore your data in the Microsoft cloud. It replaces your existing on-premises or off-site backup solution with a cloud-based solution that is reliable, secure, and cost-competitive.
With DSN Group, Inc. and Microsoft, your IT team has the resources they need to prepare for the worst-case scenario. Contact us today to find out more.Read More
In a report published by the SANS Institute reviewing IT security spending trends (2018), they rank “spending effectiveness”. The effectiveness rank of the top 5 in a list of 21 is: Access & Authentication Endpoint Security Advanced Malware prevention Wireless Security Continuous monitoring The top 5 in dollars spent are: Access & Authentication Advanced Malware…Read More
As we close in on the end of the year, it is a good opportunity to review your entire IT operation. For this discussion, we are going to focus on UPS and battery backup. There have been advances in battery technology. The sealed Lead Acid battery is still used for most UPS systems. There have…Read More
In a news report it was revealed that up to 1 billion passwords have been compromised. As an IT professional we know to do. Quickly either delete the affected account or change the password. And if we use the same password or naming convention, all other accounts we have get changed too. Even with the…Read More
Microsoft has officially stopped selling Windows 7. Wait a minute and let that sink in. Windows 7 Professional was cleared for sale until October 31st and is no longer available. Unless there is stock currently available at a store. Windows 10 is listed as being supported indefinitely because, according to Microsoft, it’s the last version…Read More
8TB and 10TB hard drives are shipping. Western Digital is using Helium inside the drives, which is a “thinner” gas, requires less power and runs at lower temperatures (both big benefits to data centers). Seagate uses a technology called SMR and believes it holds promise of creating 20TB drives by 2020 (3.5 years away). There…Read More
We talk to companies about backup and data protection all the time. We also talk about archiving too… and many times there are questions about the two. Confusion is not the right word, but looking at archiving from a different perspective can be enlightening. Based on some of the conversations we have had with clients,…Read More
It seems like every week there are security events being reported. Big and small companies alike. And across all types of business – financial services, healthcare, retail, government, media & entertainment and education. Security, specifically cyber-security has become uber important. So as a company, what should we do? What is prudent and responsible? What is…Read More
The Labor Day Weekend was great! College football. Fantasy draft. Cubs in the playoff hunt. Hey wait a second…the Cubs are in the play-off hunt! … I digress. Seasons and things change. The way we work, our processes, locations(s), how what & when we do “things” change. Presentations, proposals, meeting notes, work plans, documentation, and…Read More