70% OF BUSINESSES THAT SUFFER A SERIOUS DATA LOSS ARE OUT OF BUSINESS IN TWO YEARS

Are you 100% confident that ALL of your critical data could be recovered quickly
should a disaster occur? If your answer is NO then your business is in JEOPARDY

You need to ask yourself:“What is my Data Backup and RecoveryPlan  and  how  long  can I afford to be without my critical systems and data?”Your plan should include at least the following:

  1. Detailed audit ensuring that all critical data is being backed up.
  2. Daily backups and a full backup at least once a week.
  3. Quarterly backup and restore tests.
  4. One  copy  of  your  backup stored  away  from  your  system and off-site for security.

Now ask yourself one last question:

“Can my current backup solution
truly protect my data?”

For most companies, the answer to these questions is either, “No” or “I don’t know.”

 

There are two main reasons for this:1. Implementation of tape based backup.Tape  based  backup solutions fail regularly.  In fact tape drives are a cheap, 50-year old technology that  are highly unreliable for keeping data safe and have  a 100% failure rate. 2. Human error.

Without  automation  and  a  dependence  on  tape,  backups  need  to  be  watched  very  carefully  by employees. Often times, problems with the tapes or  backup  software  are  preventing  your  data  from  being  protected  without  anyone  even  knowing  there is a problem.Fortunately, there is an answer to this problem. In recent years, new technology has been developed that enables  us  to  create  a  fully  automated  backup  and  recovery solution that that not only removes tapes from  the  equation,  but  virtually  eliminates  the  chance  of  human error.

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