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HC3 – 1 year party

Yesterday I went to HC3’s 1st year UK celebration; but what is HC3 I hear you ask?  Well let me tell you. “HC3 is the world’s simplest and easiest [...]

What happens when you lose power?

I am not surprised the question of power security has hit the press again.  The short answer to what happens when you lose power is simply stop  and wait [...]

Backup- there when you need it

A few days ago we had a power cut.  Not a frequent event but certainly predictable and one we cater for.  This happened in the middle of the night [...]

Image based backup – do you need it?

In our view a backup is only viable if you can recreate the original working computer system.  This is why we favour image based backups over file based ones. [...]

Server restore – server backup pays off

August was a challenging month and we have been evaluating some of the issues we faced. A customer had a big issue when the drives on one of their [...]

Is an automatic off-site server backup worth a pint a day?

I am sure many people will have seen the following statistics. 90% of businesses losing data from a disaster are forced to shut down within two years. The survival [...]

3 Lines of Defence

Your business is not at war but you do need to defend against adversity and the unexpected.  Every day there is potential for things to go wrong that will stop people [...]

Applications, Appliances and Virtual Machines

Practically all business computing is driven by software programs using Windows and Linux servers, the most used business operating systems.  These systems allow us to run several applications and [...]

Virtualisation cost comparison – HC3, VMWare & Hyper-V

There are many reasons for looking at virtualising your infrastructure and computers and the decision will not be on cost alone.  There are a number of potential systems and suppliers, [...]

BYOD – questions we are asked

What is BYOD?  You see this in lots of places and everyone assumes you know the answer.  It may be one of those questions you don't like to ask [...]

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