Backup and Disaster Recovery
What would happen if…
A laptop was stolen from an employee’s car or maybe at an airport?
Your data or accounting files got corrupted and were not functional?
An employee checked their personal email at work and inadvertently clicked a link that encrypted your entire network and by lunchtime you were hit with a ransom demand?
A user accidentally deleted a whole folder full of important documents?
Could you recover?
Misfortunes happen every day in businesses. Files become corrupt. Hard drives fail. Employees accidentally delete folders, and ransomware attacks turn crucial business files into undecipherable gibberish.
Your business needs to be prepared for minor misfortunes as well as major disasters. This means you need an appropriate data backup and IT disaster recovery plan.
Obviously not all businesses are the same, so how do you know what backup and disaster recovery plan fits you?
When developing a Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan there are many factors that must be considered. The goal should be to craft a strategy that will fit the business’ unique situation. In order to do that, you must consider the type of data you store, what is customary for your Industry, and what additional security requirements have to be met for your data?
Here are a few tips to help you get started:
Identify What Data Needs to Be Backed Up
Determine When the Backup should run
Select the Type of backup method to Use
Select Where to Store Files
Determine How to Test the Backup Files
Click Here to read more on how to get your backup plan rolling!
When some people see the term Disaster Recovery, they think backups. However, having backups is only one part of a true IT Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan.
Crafting a plan for your business should be necessary, but not daunting. Our experts will work with you to examine your business needs and compliance requirements. We will develop a solution tailored specifically to you.
Contact us today to see how we can give you IT Peace of Mind.