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6 Pro Tips for Disaster Recovery
November 28, 2017 by Simrin Singh

6 Pro Tips for Disaster Recovery

Three words changed everything: “Burn the ships.”It was 1519. The Spanish explorer Hernán Cortés was intent on conquering the Aztec Empire. His men, however, were dubious. There were whispers of possible mutiny. Rather than risking an uprising or tolerating cowardice, Cortés chose to take drastic measures. After... Read More
Flat lay of survival pack cotents
September 20, 2016 by Caroline Blaylock

When Zombies Attack: Business Continuance Planning for the Post-apocalyptic Future

You’ve barricaded yourself into your office. You think it’s safe, but the shuffling, lurching figures outside your window are still too close for comfort. You hear their moans and calls for brains, and jump when you hear them begin to throw themselves against your door. The noise increases,... Read More
All About That BaaS
May 19, 2016 by Niall Currid

All About That BaaS

Here at Microserve, we’re fiercely proud of our dedication to providing the very best in cloud services to our clients. We take great pride in the fact that our Backup as a Service helps businesses protect themselves from data losses. In fact, you could say we’re all about... Read More
Stop Backing Up Your Data!
April 28, 2016 by Nigel Brown

Stop Backing Up Your Data!

Yourself. Let Microserve take the worry and hassle away.Yep, that’s right. We said it. Mark your calendars, folks, because today’s the day it finally happened. Microserve is officially telling you to stop backing up your company data. Why, you ask? Why would we of all people say... Read More
If you don't have offsite backups, you don't have backups at all
April 21, 2016 by Tris Hussey

If you don't have offsite backups, you don't have backups at all

Let me completely blunt here. If you have all your backups in your office, you're only a shade better than having no backups at all. If something happens at your office, you backups could be destroyed as well. Power surge, burst pipe, clumsy person with a coffee in the server... Read More
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