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The “Hidden” Cost of In-House Backups

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in June 2009 a typical worker earned $18.41 per hour (average across all non-farm industries EXCLUDING benefits.) If we assume it takes about 15 minutes per day for a staff person to run and verify that an inhouse backup successfully completed, the “hidden” labor cost to perform... Read More

RAID vs. Online Backup

If you know a business that uses RAID (see below) as their only method of avoiding data loss protection, you definitely need to help them better understand the risk they are taking. Not only is RAID not enough – it doesn’t even protect against the most common data loss threats! The table below makes a... Read More

Online Backup Nabs Crooked Bookkeeper

What happens when a critical computer file/folder is deleted…and the missing data is not discovered for several months?  This recently happened to a Dr.Backup client. The bookkeeper of a small shipping company had been systematically embezzling funds from the company she worked at for almost 2 years. When the boss began suspecting foul play, the... Read More