Most IT experts will agree that in order for a business to survive a data disaster, they need some sort of data backup plan or business continuity plan in place. Regardless of the type of plan, or systems integrated, all of your IT systems need to have at least one backup copy. In the last blog, we took a look at the first four tips to help improve your data backups, let’s continue in this part 2 blog with the final four tips.
IT Support Blog for Small Business Owners
While there are many different and important tasks a business needs to do, one of the most important is to back up your company data. Your data is important often impossible to recreate. I promise you the day will come (if it hasn’t yet) where you will have catastrophic loss of data. Most business owners realize this and do back up their data, but it can be a challenge to an owner on how to setup and operate a really reliable and low cost data backup plan. In order to help, I have come up with eight data backup tips, four of which we will review in this blog.
This month I am going to focus on your company’s data backups/data restoration and the importance of protecting your company data. When you take a moment to consider the various data backup solutions, it is easy to recognize there are a number of different data backup technologies. From traditional tapes to on premises disk and data-streaming to the cloud; it can be a challenge to figure out what you need. Let’s take a look at the three main approaches to data backup services with the hopes of helping you choose which one is right for your company.