Choosing the Right Backup Recovery Solution
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) need to keep their businesses up and running just as much as larger companies. Yet they are challenged by several limitations when seeking out a solution that meets their mission-critical data recovery, application uptime, and data retention needs.
• Limited funds
• Limited IT resources
• Limited/inadequate solution options designed for SMBs
Think about the number of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, and database documents you have created, edited and saved today. Now multiply that by a week, a month, a year. Then add in all of your colleagues’ changes to this type of data. That is how much information is floating around in most company computers. Without an adequate data recovery system in place, a disaster could delete essential company and client documents that can never be replaced.
Studies have shown:
The amount of data stored digitally in the world hovers around 800 billion gigabytes or 0.8 zettabytes. This is the storage capacity of 50 billion 16GB iPads, which is pretty amazing, especially considering that the amount of digital data is growing constantly. While digital data storage remains the most efficient and most used way to store data, like anything, it comes with a downside. No matter how diligent you are with backing up your data, there’s still the possibility of something going wrong that can cause you to lose important information. Hard drive malfunctions, memory card corruption, broken devices; all of these things could potentially cause data loss.n that:
So, what is the solution? The first and most important thing you can do is be prepared. More often than not people are caught off guard by problems that lead to data loss; something goes wrong and the next thing they know their files, pictures, and other important documents are lost and they’re left with no idea what to do or how to retrieve them. The more prepared you are, the easier it will be to recover your data if loss does occur. We’ve put together a list of the most important tips to help you be prepared for data loss, as well as a few to help in the event that data loss does occur.1
Causes of data loss include: Natural disaster, theft, fire, equipment failure, viruses and user error.
Data loss is preventable with the right backup recovery solution, often with little or no loss in productivity. Be sure to choose the right backup solution based on your needs.
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7 Data Recovery Tips: Being Prepared for Data Loss and What to do if it Occurs Sequredata.com