Hanson Headlines - When Time Is Money: Offsite Backup And Disaster Recovery
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Time is money in the world of business. So what do you do when your databases crash and you are waiting for a national commercial vendor to supply you with your backups? Do you know how long it will be before you receive them?

When a disaster strikes, you don't need to be waiting around for your data. Hanson Information Systems is Central Illinois' local leader for offsite backup, with a secure and state-of-the-art data center. That means getting your backups and your business back up and running is as easy and fast!

So, how does your disaster recovery plan look? Following the 3-2-1 Backup Rule? Ready to set a rock solid, affordable system in play for your business? Call us today.

Hanson's State of the Art Data Center

Seeing the need for a local provider for offsite backup in a secure, purpose-built data center, Hanson Information Systems built just that, completed in 2008. 

The dedicated facility features environmental monitoring and power backup, is fully climate controlled with a cross-zoned fire suppression system, not to mention any of the best in class network systems and security for your mission-critical data!

Shared or dedicated servers are available, as is server colocation. Learn more about disaster recovery and our state-of-the-art Data Center here.

Off On Topic
Get Your Head In the Cloud

While not all information is likely to remain relevant for longer than it takes for you to read this sentence, I stumbled on a very nice video about Cloud computing from TEDx and Greg Plum.

According to his LinkedIn page, Mr. Plum has been in the field of information technology for over fifteen years and has most recently been advocating for Cloud and AI technologies.

To have a successful backup plan, your network must be connected to the servers backing up your information. A lot of that is done through the cloud.

Curious to learn more? Take a few minutes to view this TEDx video.


#InfoSec "Fast Five"

#InfoSec is short for "internet security," but these articles have more of a general technology focus. For more articles like the "Fast Five," follow us on Facebook or Twitter!

  1. Microsoft to 'Warn" Windows 10 Users Not to Install Chrome or Firefox, via The Verge.
  2. Does my iPhone Need an Antivirus?, via Tech Junkie.
  3. Maybe It's Time to Get Out of the iPhone Upgrade Rat Race, via Tom's Guide.
  4. About a 25% of rural Americans say access to high-speed internet is a major problem, via Pew Research Center.
  5. YouTube Kids Adds a Whitelisting Parental Control Feature, via Tech Crunch.


In This Issue:
Offsite Backup and Disaster Recovery

Hanson's State of the Art Data Center

Off Topic - Get Your Head In the Cloud

#InfoSec "Fast Five"

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