ActiveImage Business Continuity Blog

Australian Disaster Recovery News and Reviews 

ActiveImage – Helping MSP’s in Australia Improve their Bottom Line with Better Backup and DR software Offerings

Former StorageCraft Country Partner, Richard Giddey has been actively offering backup and disaster recovery software to IT partners and MSP firms since launching ActiveImage Australia. The growing traction MSPs are gathering in Australia is definitely a  strong partner opportunity for ActiveImage. We are committed to growing our business through the channel. ActiveImage offers faster speed, better reliability and […]

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Are deduplicated backups the way to faster recovery times?

Deduplication has been around for some time now, but may still not be fully understood for its variety of properties. The technology, sometimes referred to as data deduping or data dedupe, is essentially a method of space-saving and works by dividing data into segments or chunks. These segments are then evaluated for their similarities and […]

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“3-2-1 rule” of backups in the modern world

When looking for the best backup option for your business, you may come across something known as the 3-2-1 rule. This rule outlines three key steps that should be taken to ensure sufficient backup precautions for your business. What does 3-2-1 stand for? The rule states that a business should have 3 copies of its […]

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Public Clouds: Threat or blessing for backup and recovery?

More and more businesses are using the Cloud as a work space, and although the Public Cloud is not lacking in benefits, one can not say it is the Fort Knox of platforms when it comes to data protection. It is easy to see the appeal of using the Cloud to store and manage data […]

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The importance of offsite backups for DR, and how to do it cost effectively

Everyone knows backing up company information is crucial to the companies continuity, and it can be convenient to have a local backup on hand to restore the system once an attack or failure has happened. However, one backup is not enough, especially if it is an onsite backup. Having an offsite backups might be the […]

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Backup and Recovery: What MSPs want and how to get it.

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are continuously competing and trying to improve their products and appeal as new technology and cyber attacks threaten their position. Generally MSPs are the most happy when they are growing, increasing their offerings and run smoothly and efficiently, because a continuous flow of business and happy customers equal happy MSPs. However, […]

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Shouldn’t you be using a single platform for both backup and disaster recovery?

IT professionals and business owners will eventually need to come to a decision with regards to their backup  and disaster recovery plans moving forward. This is a big and important question that is crucial to the continuity of the business and needs as much research and consultation as the business can afford. In the beginning, […]

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Latest trends in the backup and disaster recovery industry

A cyber attack, data leak or the loss of files can potentially cost a company hundreds of thousands of dollars. Thus, there is an ever increasing demand for new solutions and technology in the backup and disaster recovery industry. The latest trends in this industry revolves around flexibility, communication, outsourcing, hybrid solutions and managed detection […]

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BDR: Why all data cannot be seen as equal

Questions businesses or enterprises need to ask themselves is how to protect, store and handle their data. What is just as important is how the data should be managed. Should the data be stored and for how long? What data is the most valuable and needs the most protection? What data is more valuable to […]

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