- What is it?
- Having a backup of your data in case of an accident. Types of backups could be internal or external depending on your business needs.
- How Can We Help?
- We can recommend methods of a data back up and set up the backup in case of accidental data loss.
- How can it be done?
- Symptoms for service:
- No data back ups currently running. Please keep in mind, everything can be replaced to an extent.
- Time frame of service:
- Varies on method chosen, amount of data and internet connection speed.
- The single most important step in protecting your data from loss is to back it up periodically.
How often should you back up your data? That depends on how much data can you afford to lose if your system is damaged?
A week's work? A day's work? An hour's work? Have peace of mind knowing all your important documents and business files are backed up in
case of a crash or an accident. We can even help put them on the cloud in case the building catches on fire.
It is better to be prepared and have plan in place just in case something were to happen. If you currently don’t have a backup plan in place all of your data could be lost.
It is more affordable to have a backup plan in place then to have to pay for data recovery. Data recovery can be very expensive. Contact us so we can discuss your business needs
and see what the best backup solution for your business is.
- How does data loss happen?
- Data loss can happen in many ways, the most common causes are physical failure or damage to your PC, accidental error, theft or disasters like fire, flood and an accidental liquid spill. It is also common for data to be saved on one place like to your computer’s hard drive. Which means that if this data were to be accidentally changed or deleted it would take considerable time and expense to restore it. Data recovery is very expensive and it is not always guaranteed that all of your data can be recovered.
- On-Site Backups
- Backups stored at your home or office
- Off-Site Backups
- Backups stored outside your main office or location. Typically on the cloud.
- Virtual Images
- Full image of your current operating system desgined to get you by until a permanent solution is found.