Virtual storage appliances are becoming increasingly popular in the IT world. Basically, a virtual storage appliance allows a Virtual Machine (VM) to create a shared storage solution – without investing in additional hardware. This allows for cost savings and increased availability, as a Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) can make use of all unused virtual machine data storage, maximizing the capacity of your hardware while providing a useful, redundant backup solution.
Enter reevert. Our comprehensive, all-in-one Active Directory integrated virtual storage appliance allows your IT team to manage the data from a convenient web based panel, and the feature-rich, efficient software behind reevert allows unparalleled protection against data loss, natural disasters, and even dangerous viruses like Cryptolocker ransomware.
And that’s not all. reevert is robust, reliable, and easy-to-use, and has a myriad of exceptional product features that make it the perfect choice for your virtual storage appliance needs.
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We have been working on exciting new features and improvmenets which are now available as reevert firmware 1.9.0 and reevert appliance OVA 1.9.0. Click to read about new features and major improvements. Read more: https://www.reevert.com/blog/reevert-190-has-been-released
Although they aren’t typically thought of as a business, higher education institutions hold just as much critical data as any corporation. Without access to this data, it is practically impossible for colleges and universities to operate.
That is precisely why they have become a target for those looking to hijack computer systems and hold critical data for ransom. Campus IT has become a haven for hackers looking to hold information systems hostage in return for an enormous monetary payoff. Read more: https://www.reevert.com/blog/education-is-the-key-to-keeping-higher-learning-networks-safe-from-ransomware
The Los Angeles Valley College is only one of hundreds of institutions to learn the hard way that data security is the best way to maintain your digital assets. This past December, the college was forced to pay $28,000 via Bitcoins to hackers who held their information for ransom. Read more: https://www.reevert.com/blog/us-college-forced-to-pay-28000-to-get-files-back-after-ransomware-attack
Online shopping is slowly taking over brick and mortar shopping and the conveniences are unmatched: no parking, no traffic, no crowds to navigate through. With Amazon becoming the norm and having same-day or Sunday deliveries, it’s safe to say that shopping is changing. App shopping has become the newest craze, especially in the fashion world with Instagram and Pinterest.
For the past few years, ransomware attacks have been making headlines with individuals, organizations, and even companies being forced to pay hackers to recover important data that’s been held hostage.
Don’t click on links. Change your e-mail password. Backup your data to the cloud and off-site storage. As if there weren’t enough things to worry about, you should add “protect your computer network from ransomware” and “save the company thousands of dollars by taking extra safety precautions” to the list.