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QNAP Cloud Backup: Best Practices, Software to Use

QNAP Cloud Backup: Best Practices, Software to Use

A QNAP NAS is a great way to keep data safe and available. But the fact is that even if you have data redundancy built into the NAS, it’s still important to perform QNAP cloud backups as well in order to back up your NAS data to a remote location. Not only does backing up QNAP data to the cloud help you to meet the requirements of the 3-2-1 backup rule, but it may also be required by compliance regulations. Continue reading

HIPAA-Compliant Cloud Backup

HIPAA-Compliant Cloud Backup

For healthcare organizations, compliance is a major concern when deciding what to look for in a backup solution and cloud services. In this article, we will provide an overview of HIPAA basic principles, explain why the HIPAA regulation applies to cloud backup and discuss HIPAA-related backup requirements. We will also show how to create a HIPAA-compliant backup using CloudBerry software.

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SAN vs NAS: Difference Between Storage Area Network and Network Attached Storage

SAN vs NAS: Difference Between Storage Area Network and Network Attached Storage

When you are looking for a local storage for business, there come two options: NAS (Network Attached Storage) and SAN (Storage Area Network). Today you will find out whether it is NAS or SAN that fits your needs.

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Microsoft Azure vs Amazon S3 Data Transfer Pricing Comparison

Microsoft Azure vs Amazon S3 Data Transfer Pricing Comparison

Bandwidth and data transfer pricing can have a significant cost on your cloud-computing bill. And unlike the basic pricing of cloud-computing instances, data transfer costs on clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure can be difficult to compare, because each cloud provider uses a somewhat different model for data transfer pricing. Continue reading

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MSP Voice Episode 30 – “I Saw The Sign” with Omer Choudhary

MSP Voice Episode 30 – “I Saw The Sign” with Omer Choudhary

IQ Interactive provides solutions for digital signage and point-of-sale. Rather than managing a customer’s IT infrastructure, they manage digital signs (equipment) and they also have a content management system that they’ve developed. Omer started off in IT pretty young and worked for a few companies before starting IQ Interactive. They also partner with other “traditional” MSPs who provide the IT stack while IQ Interactive handles the digital signage. Continue reading

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MSP Voice Episode 28 – “MSP Pioneer” with Tim Shea

MSP Voice Episode 28 – “MSP Pioneer” with Tim Shea

Tim has been an MSP Pioneer since the 90’s. After leaving a value-added reseller in 1991 Tim started his own company because he saw the future in network services. In 1996 Tim and his partner realized that they need to provide their services for a fixed fee...hence pioneering the managed services model. Continue reading