High availability (HA) ensures that an IT infrastructure operates continuously, even if certain components fail. Learn why it’s important and how to achieve it.
A data retention policy guides what data should be stored or archived, where that should happen and for how long. Download a free data retention template to get started.
Learn what the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is and what measures educational institutions must take to obtain FERPA compliance.
Salesforce administrators under the CCPA need to rethink their backup and recovery strategies to ensure personal information is accurately backed up.
Selective, granular SharePoint backup and recovery can help organizations to meet security standards, comply with industry regulations, and reduce liabilities. Learn why a blanket backup solution is not always the best option.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018. With nearly a year under its belt, Spanning takes a look at the major penalties & overall repercussions of GDPR and examines what we can learn from them.
Cybersecurity is a top priority for organizations. All it takes to infect a network or steal valuable data, is one wrong click by an employee. While employees seem to have good knowledge of basic cybersecurity practices, there are considerable security blind spots which leave the employee and organization vulnerable to breaches. Spanning helps to identify red flags and vulnerabilities in security awareness training for employees.
“Spear-phishing” is a smart phishing mechanism that is an increasingly popular and virulent malware vector. Understand its devastating effect on organizations worldwide and get pointers to safeguard your organization against it.
There is no official “certification” in HIPAA recognized by the Federal government, therefore MSPs who work with healthcare providers or payers need to educate themselves on HIPAA compliance. Here are the top 5 things MSPs should know about HIPAA.
From hurricanes, errant employees, malware to even a rodent with an appetite for cables — the likelihood of an organization suffering data loss has never been greater. An organization’s best defense is to plan for business continuity and disaster recovery by using processes that guide organizations to possibly prevent and/or better manage an (unpredictable) disruptive event.