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Data-Frame moves to Microsoft Azure

May 9th, 2016

An established Cornish company is using cutting-edge technology to assist businesses with their data management, security, backup and storage. Data-Frame, which has been a partner of Microsoft since 2006, has now moved to the Microsoft Azure Platform for its storage requirements. Microsoft has recently changed from a global to a regional platform structure, which enables […]

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DATA-FRAME moves to Goonhilly

May 2nd, 2014

DATA-FRAME proudly announce that they have become Backup and Storage Partners for Goonhilly Earth Station’s Cloud Services.  All equipment has now been moved to their Data Centre and is therefore now protected by bomb proof buildings, 24 hour onsite security and a guaranteed power up time of 100%, increasing the quality benefits for all of […]

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Prevention versus Cure

October 14th, 2013

Data-Frame’s backup solution means that even in the case of total hardware failure the backed up data restore can be started within an hour of us receiving notification.  In the case of failure where a business has no backup and software recovery is impossible then despatch to a specialist laboratory is the only solution.  Recovery of […]

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Information Commisioner’s Officer prosecute former leisure centre manager

May 29th, 2013

A Southampton man has been prosecuted for taking sensitive medical information relating to 2000 people.  Southampton Council prosecuted the former leisure centre manager after he emailed information to his personal account upon hearing that he was to be made redundant.  The data was to be used to help set up a new Leisure Centre.    A referral scheme by GP […]

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May 28th, 2013

Don’t open unexpected attachments.  These often contain viruses or trojans designed to broadcast your personal and confidential data to a criminal server for investigation.  Similarly, should you wish to send someone a zip file, call them in advance to warn them.

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Backup drive left on a train

April 24th, 2013

In October 2011 an insurance company in the USA discovered that a backup drive had been left on a train by an employee.  This contained records of 181 patients suing for malpractice which resulted in a lawsuit being filed and an arrest made.  Backing up your data to our private cloud is automatic, encrypted and secure. […]

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Why there was almost no “Toy Story 2”.

April 15th, 2013

After accidently deleting a years work for 20-30 people, the production team at Pixar turned to their backups.  They discovered to their horror that their backups were bad and had not been working for a month.  Only by a slim chance, one employee who had recently become a mother, had taken a copy of the […]

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Are you leaking confidential data?

September 27th, 2011

 A program on Australian television has highlighted the importance of thorough data destruction. The report, on SBS’s Dateline, revealed that countries in the western world, including the UK and US, have been dumping up to 500 containers a month of e-waste in Ghana, including TVs, monitors and computers. The programme revealed that many of the computers contained […]

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Computers will eventually break down…

September 19th, 2011

6% do every year.  Ensuring that your systems are backed up is often the last thing on a small businesses mind, but with financial figures, competitor information and customer data all resting on PCs, YouGov, estimate 40 per cent of SMEs would suffer severe impairment to business operations in the case of a system failure. […]

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10 reasons to remotely back up

September 12th, 2011

  If your company permanently lost all data, it would have a 60 per cent chance of going under. On average, it takes 21 days and £12,000 to recreate just 20MB of lost data! What is remote data back up? It’s essentially an insurance policy for your company’s day-to-day and organisational information. We all hate […]

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