Disaster Recovery remains an afterthought despite increasing frequency of failures and outages

iland research reveals that despite 85% of respondents experiencing a failure or outage at some point, only 65% of organisations have a company-wide DR plan in place. London, UK – 27th January 2021 – iland, an industry-leading provider of secure application and data protection cloud services built on proven VMware technology, today released the findings… Read More »

Why kids shouldn’t take fruit to school

South Australian parents and caregivers sending their children back to school have been told to replace fruits with other healthy snacks in lunch boxes. As students begin to return to classrooms on Wednesday, families living in fruit fly outbreak zones have been urged not to move fruit around regardless if it was homegrown or purchased… Read More »

Middle-aged people with HIV and no hepatitis co-infection have a twofold increase in the risk of liver fibrosis

Having HIV almost doubles the risk of liver fibrosis, according to European research published in the online edition of the Journal of Infectious Diseases. Investigators in Denmark and the Netherlands compared rates of liver fibrosis between people living with HIV and people without HIV. Importantly, none of the participants had hepatitis B virus (HBV) or… Read More »

Couple die from COVID holding hands

A couple married 70 years have died hand-in-hand at an Ohio hospital after both contracting coronavirus. Dick and Shirley Meek, aged 89 and 87, were scheduled to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on January 19 but sadly succumbed to the virus before their allotment. The pair met in high school and “fell… Read More »