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Hardware/Uptime Monitoring

What is Hardware/Uptime Monitoring?

By Robert Cleveland | April 20, 2021
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Hardware monitoring is a feature of the motherboard, sometimes as a separate chip on the motherboard, that monitors different aspects of the system. for potential issues. It can measure variables such as the output voltage of the power supply, the speed of the fans that are connected directly to the motherboard header, and the internal…

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Network Attached Storage

What is a Network Attached Storage?

By Jeff Fowler | September 15, 2020
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As your data storage needs expand, you will inevitably outgrow traditional external USB hard drives and shared folders. There’s a huge cost difference between using shared folders/external drives versus having a dedicated file server. Luckily, there’s another option that fills the gap between those options nicely, and it’s a Network Attached Storage device. It’s more…

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difference between managed and unmanaged backup

What’s the difference between managed and unmanaged backup?

By Josh Yarbrough | April 13, 2020
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We all know that backups are important, right? We know if something goes wrong, a backup could save a lot of recovery time and work…and possibly your business. But what is a backup really? The simple answer to that is that it is a copy of your important data. That is essentially it. But with…

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Cloud Backup versus On-Site Backup

Benefits of Cloud Backup versus On-Site Backup

By SandStorm IT | December 2, 2019
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We live in a world today where cybersecurity is one of the most important factors a company must consider when making decisions about their data and network.  Part of this discussion must be data backups as they are extremely important. You absolutely must have backups of your data.  With the types of viruses, such as…

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