20 January 2016 by Matt Prince
What really happens when we erase data (if it's deleted, why can we still recover it?). We'll review the issues that can complicate data erasure including the types of storage devices and how the data is saved in them.
19 January 2016 by Matt Prince
Find out where data is physically stored. We over some common places that most users forget to eliminate their data from but which can be a jackpot for malicious cyber spies.
18 January 2016 by Matt Prince
Here we raise the question: what is our data worth in the black market? What data is valuable and how can it be used against us? Let's find out.
15 January 2016 by Matt Prince
Discover how easy it is for anyone to access your data. We'll even run a little experiment to test your data's safety. Ready to get started on this mission?
12 January 2016 by Olivier Pavie
Using an SSD instead of a traditional spinning hard drive can bring you a whole host of benefits for you PC or Mac.
08 January 2016 by Milagros Gamero
Success factors in cost-effectively managing and restoring legacy tapes in response to legal or regulatory enquiries
22 December 2015 by Mikey Anderson
Many businesses will be looking to embrace BYOD at the moment, but what will they have to do to ensure these gadgets are safe?
15 December 2015 by Stuart Burrows
What will IT administrators need to do to make sure new starters are able to get up and running quickly and safely?
10 December 2015 by Stuart Burrows
Looking to put a price on your IT assets? Before you break out the spreadsheets, check out these five free online tools.
06 November 2015 by Stuart Burrows
Many businesses may not be fully aware of the risks associated with tape storage. Here are a few key things you need to bear in mind.
30 October 2015 by Sue Ballard
Struggling to understand how data recovery services are priced? Our latest blog post explains what you pay for when you try to retrieve files from damaged media.
22 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
It can be tempting to think of your tape archives as out of sight, out of mind. Here's why reviewing them from time to time isn't necessarily a bad idea.
15 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
SQL Server FAQs – How do you carry out a page level restore & what does it mean for Microsoft SQL Server recovery?
14 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
SQL Server FAQs – Learn how the new in memory Hekaton database engine affect Microsoft SQL Server recovery?
13 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
SQL Server FAQs – How to prepare for a successful Microsoft SQL Server upgrade when support for SQL 2005 ends next year
12 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
SQL Server FAQs – What you really need for a successful SQL Server recovery on SSD drives
09 October 2015 by Stuart Burrows
Microsoft SQL Server FAQs – What do you really need for a successful database restore operation?
29 September 2015 by Mikey Anderson
Find out how to set up, use and activate the Ontrack EasyRecovery software, which can be used for DIY data recovery.
25 September 2015 by Stuart Burrows
An overview of the difficulties behind recovering Public Folder databases and their associated items.
24 September 2015 by Stuart Burrows
An overview of why Exchange Server Store size is important in the event of a disaster recovery.