Disaster Recovery Data Failover

Southern California Payroll Company Averts Disaster with Advanced Data Protection from Global Data Vault

Southern California Payroll Company Averts Disaster with Advanced Data Protection from Global Data Vault

Payroll is a daunting, time-consuming task for companies. Oftentimes the entire payroll function is outsourced to a provider to handle the calculations for taxes, the filings, and the actual distribution of funds. Payroll service companies carry an important responsibility for their clients. Companies depend on them to be reliable as paychecks are pretty important to … Continued

Avoid website hosting downtime: 2 critical things you need to know

Avoid website hosting downtime: 2 critical things you need to know

Owning or renting your web server is a question nearly all companies are faced with and consequently revisit on with each bump in growth. The benefits of trusting your hosting to a cloud provider is commonplace, but not without risk. Even the most “reliable” hosting providers can surprise you with some unexpected downtime, and there’s … Continued

Global Data Vault Selected for Interop Net

Global Data Vault Selected for Interop Net

Interop, held this year May 19-21 in Las Vegas and November 18-19 in New York, is the leading global technology event, with the most comprehensive IT Conference and Exhibition available. Interop Show Floor, courtesy: The Photo Group 2008 The InteropNet provides reliable, high-speed networking services for exhibitors, conference rooms and attendees, built in collaboration with … Continued

White House Email Down

White House Email Down

The Washington Post is reporting this afternoon that the White House E-Mail system has been down for several hours. As a consequence, newly enacted Executive Orders are being photocopied and have been left sitting on a table outside the briefing room. The Press Office is making use of a loudspeaker system. That is what is … Continued

7.8 Magnitude "Shakeout" in California Yesterday

Yesterday the United States Geological Survey (USGS) conducted a “Shakeout” drill in which a magnitude 7.8 earthquake was simulated in Southern California. USGS states: “Although imaginary, the Shakeout Scenario is based on scientists’ best predictions of what would actually occur during and after a major earthquake on the San Andreas Fault.” Such a quake is … Continued