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3 COMMON WAYS DATA IS LOST IN THE CLOUD

There’s a common misconception that user data in SaaS applications (i.e. Office 365, Gsuite, etc) is fully backed up. It’s more likely that an employee will delete something they end up needing two weeks later than the possibility of all of Google’s servers being destroyed by a storm. In fact, SaaS applications usually aren’t the responsible party for data loss, but they aren’t built to protect against accidental or malicious actions either.

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IT Resolutions For 2017

It’s the start of a New Year and resolutions are in the air! You’ve vowed to lose weight, dwell on the positive, and renovate the kitchen. You’re going to spend more time with your family, take up a new hobby, and find out what the big deal is about yoga.

Betting The Farm Your Backups Are Safe?

It’s only natural that when you hear of a disaster you think it couldn’t happen to you.

That’s why, even though we’re told constantly that we should diligently maintain a working backup recovery system because all our company’s data could be lost in an instant, we tend to brush off the advice.

Why Polarverse Eats Its Own Dog Food

Dog Food

At Polarverse our policy is if we don’t use it, we don’t sell it.  This starts with computers, to phones to cloud services.  I’d like to share with you a recent personal experience I had recently that made me very glad that we eat our own dog food.

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