The 3-2-1 backup rule states that you at least 1 copy of your data should be off site. Veeam Cloud Connect makes it easy to get backups and replicas off site to a provider like BrightCloud, without the cost and complexity of managing a second infrastructure.
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Unprotected Office 365 data is a real and unappreciated risk to businesses. You may have the impression that there isn’t such a thing as …
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The largest European web hosting provider, OVH, suffered a catastrophic fire on Wednesday 10th March destroying one of its data centres in France with power supplies to their other three offline until next week. OVH are encouraging affected customers to implement their Disaster Recovery plan.
Late on Friday 20th November, Manchester United Football Club released a statement announcing they had been victims of “a sophisticated operation by organised cyber criminals”.
In early July Project Sonar found just under 50,000 Microsoft DNS servers in UDP and TCP DNS scans with the vulnerability. They also discovered that 20 companies in the Fortune 500 had 250 at-risk servers exposed to the outside world.
For a long time, the 3-2-1 backup model was considered an effective defence against viruses and ransomware. However, in recent years ransomware has become much more sophisticated and the 3-2-1 backup process has become part of the problem.
All your Office 365 data lives in the Microsoft cloud that is beyond your control, but does it matter? After all, Microsoft offers a financially backed guarantee of 99.9% uptime with state-of-the-art redundancy at every layer, but scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find good reasons to back up your Office 365 data.
The implications of the Travelex attack have been felt globally and reports state that only today are Travelex able to start bringing systems back online, two weeks after the initial attack.