Why Data Backup and Recovery is such a Big deal?
The purpose of the backup is to create backup copies of data that your primary data fails. Basic data failure may cause a number of problems including software or computer failures, man-made event, data corruption, ransomware malware, and accidental deletion. Therefore, backup copies allow you to restore your data from the previous location to help your business recover faster from a random event. Keeping a copy of your data in a safe place is necessary to prevent corruption or loss. An additional backup device can be as simple as a USB stick or external hard drive, or even larger, such as a tape drive, disk storage, or cloud storage. You could put another route in the same location as your main data or keep it remotely. If you are in an area with a high probability of weather-related events, remote use is appropriate.
Ensuring business continuity
Lost data costs businesses millions of dollars lost revenue each year. More than ever it is important to have a data backup and recovery process to protect data, maintain integrity and keep the business running.
Disasters, whether natural or man-made, create serious problems for companies. More than 50% of small and medium enterprises do not overcome the problem of lost data. Big companies, however, are also suffering, as lost data affects millions of customers and employees. Non-recoverable data loss negatively affects revenue and business reputation. Imagine that the data stored on your server disappears suddenly. Of course, the first thing you will check is the backups of your data. At Remsys, we pay close attention to backing up your customer data. We work equally well at backup and restore data recovery using both simple tools and sophisticated solutions.