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September is National Preparedness Month: 4 Steps To Creating a Data Disaster Preparedness Plan (Infographic)

September is National Preparedness Month: 4 Steps To Creating a Data Disaster Preparedness Plan (Infographic)

Most small business owners have so much to think about that disaster preparedness falls somewhere at the bottom of the long list. But when you think of all the things that could compromise your business and it’s data – earthquakes, blizzards, hurricanes, fire and human error – it’s surprising that only 13 percent of small [...]

6 Benefits of A Document Scanner For A Paper Intensive Business

6 Benefits of A Document Scanner For A Paper Intensive Business

Even though offices have become highly digitized spaces, the fact of the matter is that hordes of critical-to-business information continues to be communicated through paper. This includes business invoices, contracts, business cards, tax documents, travel claims, customer information forms and employee personal records. Businesses such healthcare, financial services, logistics and education are especially susceptible to [...]

5 Reasons To Consider An Offsite Storage Location For Your Business

5 Reasons To Consider An Offsite Storage Location For Your Business

Most offices today are highly digitized spaces. Wireless printing, smartphone applications for remote file access and cloud computing are just some of the examples. But every now and then it is important to just step back and evaluate the fundamentals of managing your office. One principle of efficient office management is having a reliable document storage [...]

Is Your Data Backup Secure? CRU DataPort Provides Secure Solution

Is Your Data Backup Secure? CRU DataPort Provides Secure Solution

As companies increasingly move operations to off-site servers, security is more important than ever. Recent Cloud breaches, like the one that impacted Symantec users, have consumers concerned that their data may not be safe with third-party vendors. Small business owners not only worry about their own valuable files and workstations, but also keeping customer names, [...]

Your Data Is In The Cloud But How Do You Access Your Software and Applications?  Give Remote Access A Try

Your Data Is In The Cloud But How Do You Access Your Software and Applications? Give Remote Access A Try

By now, we’ve all heard of the “virtual desktop,” where one day we all may be logging into a remote server where all of our software applications, files, and even our operating system may reside. But most of us assume this technology is a faraway reality. However, customers are clamoring for the ability to get [...]