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Disaster recovery and the King

If your business's next financial year starts in 11 days (ie 1 April), it must abide by King IV.

Zinia boosts BMI Steel Structures business

The steel framing construction company turned to Zinia for a stable link for e-mail and access to internal business applications.

Beware the iceberg!

Insourcing your business continuity management may seem to make sense - until, too late, you realise that 80% of the costs and complexities are hidden, says Willem Olivier, GM: Africa at ContinuitySA.

Redstor unveils cloud archiving service

28 Feb

This gives organisations the ability to free up space on their primary storage by offloading data to the cloud, the company says.

Using analytics to improve the world

The Data for Good campaign aims to apply analytics to global challenges, thereby improving lives around the world, says Antionette van Zyl, business solutions manager at SAS SA.

Data protection in an era of continuous attacks

Feb 19, 2018

One of the biggest dangers for businesses in terms of breaches is the belief that it won't happen to them, says Reduxio.

Mustek offers Acronis backup solutions

Feb 16, 2018

It has signed a distribution deal with Acronis that will see the company offering a wide range of backup solutions to local SMEs.

How confident are you in your business's ability to recover?

Downtime within an organisation can have a serious impact on its functioning, reputation and profitability.

Fine-tune your BCM plan for 2018

Feb 8, 2018

Companies must recalibrate their business continuity management and resilience plans in line with the causes of actual disasters in 2017, says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.

Encrypting only your backups is a waste of time

Feb 5, 2018

So if you need to encrypt your backups due to sensitive data, but the source database is left unencrypted, this is pure folly, says Craig Moir of Encryptech.