Is Your Data Backed Up?
Updated: Apr 11
Every business has data. Whether it is accounting files, payroll, invoicing, human resources or more, these files need to be stored safely.
Why backup your data?
Data stored in one place is not safe. What would happen if your business had all your files on one computer and it crashed losing everything. For some businesses, that could be enough that it could cause them to cease to operate. For some there could be legal consequences. For others there could be tens of thousands of dollars in lost wages to recreate the lost files.
The best protection is the 3-2-1 rule of backups. The rule is: keep at least three (3) copies of your data, and store two (2) backup copies on different storage media, with one (1) of them located offsite. This ensures that in virtually every situation, data recovery is possible.
Hard drive failures can strike at any time and without notice. The best time to make and start the backup plan is right now before disaster strikes!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and see how we can develop you a strong and dependable backup system for all your important files!