White Papers & Case Studies

  1. The Complete Guide To Office 365 Security

    Office 365 is the fastest growing offering in Microsoft’s history, and customers are entrusting the platform to not just meet all of their productivity needs, but to secure and manage their business-critical information assets. Security in Office 365 is a constant effort to monitor, maintain, enhance, report, and verify. Microsoft wants you to know that your data inside Office 365 remains yours – they will never mine your data for advertising campaigns or access your data outside of the scope of delivering your organization with cloud productivity services. In fact, when you sign up to use Office 365 you will see a series of regulatory disclosures describing these governance measures.

  2. Don’t Let A Disaster Be Your First Backup Test

    This ebook gives you a glimpse into the importance of testing backups and offers best practices for how and when to test so that when hardware failure, user error, or even a disaster wipes out your systems, you can recover with speed and confidence.

  3. 3 Differentiators Make A Big Difference In A MSPs Backup Offering

    There are no doubt hundreds of backup vendors, offering various types of backup and recovery methods to Managed Services Providers (MSPs). How does an MSP know which offers the best solution for its customers, and the makes the best business sense as part of its managed services offering?

  4. How Large Dental Office Found The Right Backup And Recovery Solution

    “We want to serve our patients, not worry about IT,” says Lori Buchman, Practice Administrator with Lincoln Pediatric Dentistry in Lincoln, NE. The IT challenges for the growing dental practice, however, are many. With 34 employees in two locations, one virtualized host and four servers, not to mention HIPAA compliance, it’s imperative that their data be secure and systems are always on.

  5. Diagnostics Firm Cuts Operating Costs And Increases Efficiency With Robust, Easy-To-Use BDR

    GRIP I.T., a division of Global Resources Technologies Inc., founded in 1996, provides full-service IT service management for businesses of all sizes. With a focus on improving the functionality of their customers’ IT and business systems, all at a lower cost of ownership, GRIP I.T. seeks to serve their clients in all areas of I.T. The company is based in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

  6. 5 Reasons MSPs Love Time-Based Cloud Retention

    Datto recently began offering Time-Based Cloud Retention (TBCR) across its entire line of industry-leading backup, disaster recovery (BCR) and business continuity (BC) solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and other channel partners. Under this new TBCR model, the monthly cost for cloud-based storage of customer data is no longer variable based on volume. Instead, Datto channel partners can now offer customers secure, rapidly recoverable off-site backup for a fixed monthly price that is based on how long they need to retain their data.

  7. Top Five Benefits Of Image-Based Backup

    Data is the new currency, and in order to stay competitive businesses must protect it. However, data size and volume are increasing at an unprecedented rate, spawning stricter IT regulations and greater downtime costs for businesses. Outdated backup methods simply can’t keep up with today’s business requirements. Image-based backup is the most innovative, reliable method of safeguarding your business by protecting the critical data on your servers.

  8. What To Look For In A Backup Solution To Deliver Improved Business Continuity

    Business continuity is the ability to keep daily operations running—even in the midst of a natural, man-made or technical disaster. It isn’t just about data backup, though; it’s a holistic practice that also addresses ready access to backups and timely restorations—and all of the potential obstacles you might encounter in the process.

  9. Online Backup Speed Is Critical!

    When a Managed Service Provider or an IT support company comes to choosing an online backup tool, there are several criteria to consider: price, ease of use, trust in the vendor…and of course speed. Speed is arguably the most important issue when it comes to backup, perhaps second only to reliability.

  10. Backup Is Broken And Needs A Revolution To Fix It!

    Most big corporations have their backup houses well in order; they can afford high-end SANs powered by top disk arrays. They often have multi-tier backup and disaster recovery systems in place. They have the money to buy more space when they start to run out, and the smartest ones are using the cloud as an additional layer of security.