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5 Reasons to Set Up Business Website Monitoring

Today’s guest blog post is from Davis J Martin. As a business owner, you want your website to be up and running; but you may not have considered using a 3rd party monitoring service. If that’s you, keep reading. I know, … Continue reading

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I recently found this slideshare about how to run a post-mortem here: Post Mortems for Humans I am personally a firm believer that if you want a reliable, problem-resistant system, you have to incrementally improve by asking questions and systematically eradicating … Continue reading

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Guest blog post on ClearRisk

Check it out: 3 Steps You Must Take TODAY to Reduce Your Software Risks

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Calculating Uptime Improvement ROI

Paying for any type of expensive prevention – whether it’s insurance or backup software – can sometimes feel hard to justify because you have to think about the odds that something will happen to you and what it will cost.  … Continue reading

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7 Components of a Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plan

“The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle.”  – Chinese Proverb. This is one of my favorite quotes, and I think it’s very fitting for how to think about disaster recovery preparedness and business continuity.  I … Continue reading

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