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New survey shows that 50% of enterprises only have one copy of their data.

In a recent survey by Cloud Berry, worrying statistics showed that a large portion of enterprise businesses don’t take backing up their data seriously. One third of enterprises don’t back up their data at all.

Not backing up business data can cause serious disruption and even business closure.

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Did you know you can pay for our cloud backup services as you need it?
Backing up your data on the cloud is one of the most cost effective solutions for business data security.
With us, you’ll pay for our service exponentially, the price you pay depends on your data storage requirements and can be as little as £20 a month.

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URL shorteners could compromise online security measures.

URL shorteners are handy for a variety of reasons and are commonly used in instant messaging applications, especially Twitter which has a maximum limit on characters per post.

However, spammers often employ the use of them to trick users into a false sense of security and it's good to be aware of the shortfalls:

- They allow spammers to side step spam filters as domain names like TinyURL are automatically trusted.
- They prevent educated users from checking for suspect URLs by obfuscating the actual Web-site URL.
- They can redirect users to phishing sites in order to capture sensitive personal information.
- They can redirect users to malicious sites loaded with drive-by droppers, just waiting to download malware.

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Backing up your data on the cloud can help protect you against ransom-ware….

Anti-virus software can go some way to protecting your business’ data, however, most hackers have found ways to bypass even the most secure software available.

If you want the maximum security available for your data, backing it up on the cloud offers the best option.

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The sound of your skull could replace the need for online passwords.

Aside from traditional passwords, finger-prints or iris scanning, scientists are now researching whether the sound your skull makes could act as an alternative authentication method.

Researchers at the University of Stuttgart, the University of Saarland and the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Germany are working on a new system called SkullConduct, an authentication system that uses a bone conduction speaker and mic on your head to identify you.

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Our technical support staff are available 24/7.

Not only are our staff on hand whenever you might need them, you'’ll find there are no support queues, you'’ll always be able to contact us when the need arises.

Communication couldn'’t be easier with three options to choose from: phone, email or live chat.

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Confidence in cloud security grows.

According to Cloud Security Alliance, 64.9% of IT leaders believe that the cloud is as secure or more secure than traditional on premise software.

With cloud providers becoming more mature and fewer technical issues arising, the majority of IT and business leaders are adopting these services and putting more trust in the technology.

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The shortfalls of backing up your data on an internal hard-drive.

Backing up your data on an internal hard drive and performing a manual backup simply won’'t give you the protection your business needs.

Firstly, it’'s incredibly easy to miss a daily manual backup and secondly, storing you data on-site doesn’'t protect it from any of the following: computer viruses, fires, floods or theft.

Using our cloud backup services ensures your backups happen automatically, reducing the risk of human error and your data will always be accessible no matter what the circumstances.

To make an enquiry, call BackupVault on 0203 102 0040

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Microsoft to build first ever Underwater Datacentre.

Project Natick is the ambitious new experiment to plant a #datacentre under the sea. The idea will have many benefits if it works, not only will it save huge costs on real estate and energy, it could also help enhance performance. Time lag, is one of the biggest problems in computing and it potentially threatens to become worse as more companies move their applications to the cloud.

With new underwater possibilities the cloud could stay closer to its users as #datacentres could be strategically placed in water's nearby.

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Spooky iPhone bug that sends ghost emails from the 1970’s...

Some iPhone users are complaining about being hit with a strange bug that causes users to receive ghost emails from 1969 and 1970 that cannot be deleted.

An error with the mail server not downloading the headers correctly appears to be causing some iPhone owners to receive undeletable ‘null’ emails dated back to December 31, 1969 or January 1, 1970.

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