For businesses looking for an effective way to improve their disaster recovery (DR) strategy, a disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solution is well worth considering. Replicating your business-critical data and storing it securely in the cloud, DRaaS solutions allow you to recover crucial information should disaster strike. In turn, this offers huge advantages to business continuity and minimising data loss, enabling you to bring operations back online, as quickly as possible. Download the guide and explore the advantages of DRaaS, questions to ask DRaaS suppliers and receive your exclusive buyer's checklist to ensure you've got everything you need to make the perfect purchase.
A business continuity plan (BCP) protects your organisation from potentially devastating impacts of unexpected events. From power outages to natural disasters, pandemics to terrorism, your organisation must be prepared to handle a range of ‘what if’ scenarios, to ensure critical operations are maintained. A BCP provides a framework for implementing effective response and recovery strategies, encompassing communication and collaboration with all stakeholders, operational practicalities and any technical considerations. In this guide, we cover five key areas for consideration when getting started with business continuity planning and how disaster-recoveryas-a-service (DRaaS) solutions help simplify the technical requirements of your BCP – complete with a handy checklist.
In this guide, we discuss the most significant threats facing remote-working teams alongside UKFast's own experience in adopting and evolving a secure remote-working strategy. Most importantly, your guide provides practical steps which your organisation can start to implement immediately to enhance your cybersecurity posture, both now and in the future. Explore: How to establish a secure remote-working setup. Getting started with zero-trust principles. Data protection, data loss and compliance. How to raise security awareness within remote teams.
The last 20 years have witnessed rapid change in the methods and motivations of cybercriminals. As people and businesses move more data to the cloud, the cybersecurity landscape changes and requires a far more automated response to tackle commonplace cyber-threats. From discovering the most prominent and dangerous cloud threats, to learning top tips for strengthening your cyber-defence, dive into our 2020 Cloud Security Pocket Guide for a comprehensive oversight of the modern threat landscape. Download your free copy and find out more.
Traditional on-premise desktop hosting – with desktops, their applications and data all stored and accessed locally on servers and PCs within office premises – is still favoured by a large proportion of businesses in the UK and beyond. However, it comes with downsides. With so much of the world’s workforce now implementing a flexible working strategy, in this whitepaper we explore the common pain points of on-premise desktop and application hosting and how progressive businesses are overcoming these with the help of desktop as a service (DaaS). Download your free copy and find out more.
For businesses still using traditional desktops hosted on premise, a desktop as a service (DaaS), or 'remote dekstop', solution is well worth considering. Hosting your desktop in the cloud and outsourcing the accompanying IT management offers a wealth of advantages which enable your business to stay operational and secure. In your guide to buying a remote desktop, you discover: who uses remote desktops and why; key advantages; questions to ask remote desktop suppliers; your handy checklist to buying DaaS.