Fiction Friday: “Ready Player One”

Good morning, beloved patrons of E-N Computers! First let me start by introducing myself: my name is Amelia Herring, the new Marketing Specialist here at the company. As a creative, it is my job to devise interesting content for you to read that doesn't necessarily have anything to do with IT. Hense, Fiction Friday has come about.

What is a Data Retention Policy?

How many messages are in your inbox? Even those of us who subscribe to Inbox Zero may have thousands of messages squirreled away in subfolders or archived mailboxes.

Now multiply that number across all of the users in your company -- and add in your file server, your SharePoint sites, and other places where documents accumulate.

How To Create a Disaster Recovery Plan

Previously, we’ve talked about creating a backup plan and choosing backup solutions that will protect your vital data. Once those two pieces are in place, the final step is to create a disaster recovery plan -- a document that outlines how to use those backups to get your company up and running again after a major outage.

Getting to Know Us: Meet Amelia Herring, New Marketing Specialist

  A recent graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University, Amelia is our newest team member here at E-N Computers. She earned a dual degree in Communication Arts and Creative Advertising, where she learned the ins and outs of marketing strategy. Her creativity has brought a new energy to the office as E-N begins plans to expand throughout the state of Virginia.

Choose a Backup Solution That Meets Your Needs

Last week, we talked about how to develop a backup plan that will protect your data in the event of a major problem -- a hardware failure, malware infection, natural disaster, or something else.

This week, we’ll look at different kinds of backup solutions, and how to choose the ones that make the most sense for your needs and budget.

How To Develop a Backup Plan

Threats to your company’s data are very real, and are increasing at an alarming pace. Whether it’s a hacker, malware, or a physical disaster like fire or flood, as a system administrator, you need to be sure that your data is protected and that it can be recovered quickly and easily in the event of a disaster.

CyberSecurity for CXOs Event ROCKED!

Last week’s CyberSecurity for CXO’s Conference was a great success. It was held at the Hotel Madison in Harrisonburg, Va., on Feb. 7, 2019. We had a jammed-packed afternoon with informative presentations, great food, and fabulous networking. If you’re interested, we’re having another one, with our partner SVOE, on March 7 in Charlottesville.