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Critical Exchange Server Recovery Case Study

Critical Exchange Server Recovery Case Study

This short video features one of our resellers, Brian Childers of Comport Consulting Group, (http://comportcorp.com/about/) a company that provides clients with solutions to improve profitability and efficiency through the deployment of process and technology solutions, including IT strategy, IT executive advisory, SaaS and cloud computing. Comport has worked with Global Data Vault as a reseller … Continued

The History of Vaults

The History of Vaults

Vaults through the Ages The Evolution of Vaults Vaults are lockable enclosures that protect valuables against damage, theft or intrusion. For the first two thousand years, vaults were more intimidating than protective. They were mostly highly decorated boxes secured by an easily defeated lock. In ancient Egypt, locks were made of wood and vulnerable to … Continued

Try This Interactive Disaster Map

Try This Interactive Disaster Map

Try This Interactive Disaster Map Any hurricane is cause for alarm and we’re glad hurricane Arthur dissolved without hugely significant damage to the US as compared to some of Arthur’s predecessors.  However, the chances of another hurricane striking that same area are noteworthy as based on our research portrayed within this infographic. As you can … Continued

Predicting Hurricanes

Predicting Hurricanes

Predicting Hurricanes   Even though hurricanes mainly threaten the US Gulf and East Coasts, of all the natural disasters that happen in America, hurricanes are the most costly and destructive. Hurricanes can strike anywhere from Southern Texas to New England, but by far, Louisiana gets the worst of it. Ten counties in Louisiana get pummeled … Continued

A Tornado’s Costly Path

A Tornado’s Costly Path

Recent events remind us again that tornados often have a sad and deadly cost for its victims in its path. The devastation that just a F-3 tornado can wreak is often the almost total destruction of everything in its path. Homes are reduced to matchsticks, office buildings to piles of rubble. In 1997, the tornado … Continued