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Protect your data from IT outages

Jack Mizzi - September 26, 2016

In today’s interconnected world, IT outages are a killer. A sudden interruption of your digital services can shock you back into an unpleasant reality. In this day and age, any form of downtime is bound be disruptive to both customers and businesses, leading to severe annoyance in the former and an even more severe risk […]

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Should your business check out Online Shopping?

Dale Schembri - May 31, 2016

Have you ever been bored at home and decided to open up your browser for some online shopping to pass the time, most probably ending up buying something you don’t really need? I know I have.  Online shopping seems to cater to the impulse buyer in all of us, and the Maltese seem to be […]

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Reducing your exposure to risk

Jack Mizzi - May 26, 2016

Data is the new currency of the digital world and for businesses to thrive today, it is imperative they start handling the information they process daily more effectively. This requires having the right infrastructure in place and the expertise to maintain it, all while abiding within the legal and regulatory frameworks that govern the use, […]

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8 Ways to Secure your Data

Dale Schembri - March 1, 2016

Let us not look back in anger or forward in fear, but around in awareness. — James Thurber Data has arguably become the most important asset for modern businesses, with 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being generated every day around the world. It is no wonder then, that network security has become one of the […]

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New trends and Technologies: What are the latest advances in hosting that will have the biggest impact on the gaming sector?

- March 18, 2014

This article originally appeared in the March/April issue of iGaming Business Magazine What are the latest advances in hosting that will have the biggest impact on the gaming sector?  The ascent of cloud computing is a factor which is having a great impact on gaming companies at the moment. Correspondingly, the newest trends in hosting services […]

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Data disasters and how to prevent them

- March 17, 2014

This article originally appeared on the 2014 edition of the ICE Totally Gaming Magazine, distributed to thousands of attendees at the event. Data is the lifeblood of modern organisations. And just like the real stuff, you don't want to lose any of it any time soon.  Given that companies today collect more data than ever […]

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The cost of data disasters and how to avoid having a data disaster yourself

- February 19, 2014

Data is the life’s blood of many a modern organisation. While losing a little data might mean a minor hiccup for a company, losing too much data is veering into truly dangerous territory. When considering that companies today pay lots of attention to collecting more data than ever before to analyse and make decisions upon, […]

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Who can access your data where you store it? - Data Security

- February 19, 2014

Data security is a key concern for companies and individuals. Not only would any stolen or lost data result in lost time and expense, it would also be potentially highly embarrassing and could expose your company to lawsuits.  There are a number of things to consider when speaking of data security. First of all, you […]

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Colocation or managed hosting services? Which one is for me?

- November 6, 2013

Choosing Between Colocation and Managed Hosting Services Colocation or managed hosting services? The answer to that question depends largely on the kind of enterprise you operate as well as the resources you currently manage. Colocation gives you the opportunity to “move out” your physical IT assets to a more appropriate location, thus doing away with […]

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A PRISM into your company’s data?

- August 29, 2013

The initial reports regarding the National Security Agency's Internet data-collection program entitled PRISM stated that the government was "tapping directly into the central servers[1]" of Google, Facebook, and other massive Internet companies to gather information and spy on users. This claim turned out to be false and the companies involved immediately issued carefully worded denials […]

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