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Strengthen Your Cyber-Resilience with an Acceptable Use Policy (3PL Perspectives May 2022)

Published May 04, 2022 by

cloud blog postRenovoData was featured in the 3PL Perspectives publication (May 2022 Edition) with this article: Strengthen Your Cyber-Resilience with an Acceptable Use Policy. 3PL Perspectives is a third-party logistics magazine provided by the Transportation Intermediaries Association. Read on...


 


 

Chuck Cook of RenovoData Moderated a Panel of Experts at the TIA 2022 Conference

Published April 30, 2022 by

TIA 2022 - Staying Ahead of Cyber Threats Impacting 3PLsAs the size and scope of cyberthreats continue to evolve, it is imperative that 3PLs take the necessary steps to protect themselves—and their customers. Read more and view the video.


 


 

Cloud Backups Are Not Enough: It is the Support Behind the Cloud That Makes the Difference.

Published February 21, 2022 by

Cloud Backups Are Not EnoughWhen selecting a backup and recovery cloud provider, it’s wise to consider multiple factors, including expense and the level of available services. It is often the support that makes the difference. Read More.


 


 

Cloud Storage or Recovery Cloud: Which Solution is Right for Your Organization?

Published February 14, 2022 by

Cloud storage vs cloud recoveryMany companies don’t realize that having files backed up in the cloud is different from having a true, IT recovery solution. While having your data stored offsite is a wise first step, it’s nothing like having a team of skilled, compassionate humans available to help your business recover. Read More.


 


 

Secure your Environment by Empowering your Employees: Implement an Acceptable Use Policy

Published November 15, 2021 by

Acceptable Use Policy for Employees for Better Data SecurityThe swelling trend of working from home coupled with the growing impact and frequency of cyber-attacks and data breaches has left organizations of all sizes searching for ways to improve their IT resilience and recovery capabilities from cyberthreats. One of the leading causes of cyberattacks is employee negligence. One of many steps to do to improve an organization’s security posture is for management to create and adopt an Acceptable Use Policy. Click on the link to learn more.


 


 

Protecting Your Data in a Changing Data Landscape

Published October 06, 2021 by

Protecting Your DataAn extensive article was published by Chuck Cook in 3PL Perspectives about “Protecting Your Data in a Changing Data Landscape" It details the fundamentals of data protection, recovery planning, and business continuity for 3PLs”  Read more...


 


 

Disaster Recovery Time is of the Essence

Published August 05, 2021 by

Navigating the new normalAnother article was published by Chuck Cook in 3PL Perspectives about “Disaster Recovery: Time Is of the Essence.” This article reviews the 10 key time-sensitive tasks for optimizing your disaster recovery plan. Read more...


 


 

Leveraging Multi-Cloud Technology for Stronger Security

Published May 14, 2021 by

Multi-Cloud backups for added cycber securityMultiple cloud solutions can serve you effectively, but only if you fully understand their functions and integrate them properly. You are responsible for the security of your data, so you should take great care in blending disparate components into a smoothly performing whole. Learn about leveraging multi-cloud tech...


 


 

Recovery Strategies vs. Recovery Solutions: Are Yours Aligned?

Published May 06, 2021 by

Aligning Disaster Recovery PlanRenovoData recently published an article about Recovery Strategies vs. Recovery Solutions: Are Yours Aligned? in 3PL Perspectives, the third-party logistics magazine provided by the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA). Learn more...


 


 

Tech Tips: What Your Backups Say About the Strength of Your IT Recovery

Published March 20, 2021 by

Don't pay ransomware. Have a recovery plan.Your organization likely has some degree of data backup which is a foundational element in creating a resilient IT infrastructure. However, backups are simply not enough these days to ensure a fortified environment with agile recovery capabilities. Learn about a better backup strategy for your company...


 


 

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