Data recovery is more a strategy than a solution. You first need to keep a regular backup to ensure that you aren’t losing large chunks of productivity. Then, you need to have a strategy to efficiently recover data if it is corrupted, lost, or stolen. Today, we’ll talk a little bit about some situations that businesses run into that would spark data recovery.
Unfortunately, many of the efforts you make to protect your data from outside threats work, and it is a member of your staff that makes the gaffe that requires a recovery. There are many ways that your data can be lost or corrupted. Of course, it also could be you that is at fault.
Whomever is at fault, once a file is corrupted or lost, you need to recover and it could cost hours of operational downtime if your backup system isn’t built for data recovery. That’s why it has become critical that you educate your users on the best practices of handling organizational data, and how a lack of diligence can be detrimental to the organization’s health.
“In today’s weather…”
Freak weather can lead to terrible situations for businesses. Flood waters, high winds, even mold can cause a company to have to shutter their business. That’s why it is so important to have a continuity program that includes data protection.
In this case, if your business is hit with a disaster and you aren’t able to use your location, you could still make it work through a comprehensive backup and recovery plan. By using our Backup and Disaster Recovery service, you will have copies of data stored in the cloud, making it easier to recover and will allow you to get your business up and running from about anywhere.
“Wait, my computer isn’t working right…”
Data loss from failing hardware is relatively common. Whether you are dealing with component failure, software corruption, or malware attack, ensuring that you can recover your data becomes extremely important to the sustainability of an efficient business.
If your business needs to shore up its data backup system to better protect its assets, look no further than the IT professionals at DTG. We can audit your business’ information systems and set you up with a backup and recovery plan that will ensure that if you need to recover your data for any reason, that it is available to you. Call us today at (954) 739-4700 to learn more.