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Do you use a computer, tablet or even a smart-phone to store important business or customer information? Assuming the answer is yes, which it is almost guaranteed to be, what would the consequences of losing access to that data temporarily be? How about permanently losing it?
It’s dangerous to assume that someone else has considered these eventualities and put a plan in place to protect against data loss for you. Your personal cloud photos, and email may well be OK?, but what about other data? What about critical business data such as the customer financial information that your business relies on?
Here are a few starting points to help reduce the risk of critical data loss.
Once you have decided that a process to backup your critical data is important, review that process regularly because systems change, people change and the importance of that data might change.?
It’s always best to plan for the worst but hope for the best.
If you have any doubt, consult with an expert. As a specialist with over 16 years experience in backup, archiving and disaster recovery, Redstor is a safe pair of hands when it comes to protecting critical business data.
ISO certified for information security (ISO 27001) and quality management (ISO 9001), Redstor’s service portfolio includes:
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