Why do you need a back up and disaster recovery strategy?
We often think that the only risk to our data comes from hackers and cyber attacks, such as ransomware, but your businesses data is vulnerable to a whole range of scenarios.
Why are backups and disaster recovery solutions so important?
Whilst you can implement tools and best practices to minimise threats, and there are many that we will recommend, there is unfortunately no method to eradicate threats entirely. And whilst we are anticipating a rise in the number of cyber-attacks, your business data is also vulnerable to any number of other threats. Accidental loss, corruption or a natural disaster can be just as devastating to your business as a ransomware attack.
Having the correct backup solution for your business protects you against the loss of data, whilst the correct restore process can enable your business continue to run in the event of total loss, such as a fire. A backup can also be used to leverage your data, allowing you to run resource intensive tasks, all without impacting your production environment.
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Modern cyber-attacks are known to destroy data and pose a concern to businesses of all types. It is our recommendation that you carry out a review of your backup to ensure that, should the worst happen, your business could continue