Data backups are critical in maintaining business operations, but it isn’t always clear which backup strategy a business should implement. Backups should firstly be a matter of protecting business data from loss, so a good rule of thumb is to employ a strategy that lowers your risk of loss the most.
With World Backup Day (March 31) just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to check if you’ve backed up your data recently. If you haven’t, then you should take the World Backup Day pledge: “I solemnly swear to back up my important documents and precious memories on March 31st.
From floods to power outages to cyberattacks, there are many disasters that can lead to serious data loss. Unless companies have a comprehensive backup plan in place, they can end up losing critical company data for good. Unfortunately, many businesses are still poorly prepared for disasters despite the widespread availability of offsite backup solutions.
Cloud computing has transformed the way we do business by giving workers greater flexibility and reducing costs. But while there’s no denying the benefits of cloud computing, it presents several unique security challenges that need to be addressed first.
Businesses know that data backups are important but neglect them because they can be expensive. But without backups, they’re putting their business at grave risk for data loss or worse. Related: Stories of how data backups saved organizations from total loss Washington, D.C. businesses, in particular, should pay close attention to their data, as the […]
If you’re lucky, your business will never have to use data backups. But that’s something business owners shouldn’t take a flier on, as data loss is one of the biggest business threats nowadays. More and more enterprises are taking notice of the risks — this is evident in our Washington and Charlotte service areas, as […]