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Managed Cloud Backup

Last week we posted a nifty infographic about managed SharePoint. It includes a section with the top five causes of data loss: 44% hardware malfunction 32% human error 14% software corruption 7% virus/malware attack 3% natural disaster Every organization would be … Continue reading

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Managed SharePoint Infographic

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The Rise of the Mad Data Scientist

(More like) The Plight of the Mad Data Scientist Data scientists are being hired by enterprises all over the world to help them make sense of their big data. But many CIOs are finding that the data scientists that are … Continue reading

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Preparing For Hard Drive Failure

So you have your company’s SharePoint in-house, hosted on servers within your building. Well inside those servers are hard drives: mechanical, metal objects used to store the precious, valuable data that your company can’t function without. You take the time, … Continue reading

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Creating a Compliant, Secure Cloud

When Choosing a SharePoint Hosting Provider Don’t Underestimate the Importance of a Consultation!  Like clouds, not all hosting providers are alike. There are many factors, beyond price point, that can differentiate one hosting provider from another, and it makes your job … Continue reading

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SQL Server: Understanding Log Files

Welcome to The Next Byte.  The Gentle Care and Feeding of Log files: What are log files and why do we care? How are log files configured? What else do we need to know about log files? In the beginning, … Continue reading

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