STAN GARFINKLE'S SECOND LEVEL All about Computer Business and Services by a Technology Enthusiast Sat, 25 Aug 2018 00:58:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 STAN GARFINKLE'S SECOND LEVEL 32 32 Why Is Data Backup Important Sat, 25 Aug 2018 00:58:20 +0000 Continue reading "Why Is Data Backup Important"

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You deal with a variety of business tasks that require all hands on deck. Worrying about whether or not your data is safe in the case of an emergency shouldn’t be one of them.  All businesses would be wise to take steps to protect their data from sudden loss by investing in a reliable backup service. The primary case for backing up your data is to recover data after data loss, whether it be a result of the deletion of file corruption. Data loss is a very common occurrence, with close to 70% of people have experienced it. Let’s talk about some of the reasons why routine data backup is so important to your business.

None of us are perfect. We are all prone to human errors, such as accidentally deleting important files, or clicking on suspicious links in our emails which infect our system with malware. This is why running data backups can really add value to your business. When you have your data backed up in a routine manner, there is no reason to fear these things. With just a few clicks, any lost or corrupted data will be restored and you won’t miss a beat.

Computer systems, as will all things degrade over time. Although we can’t control how long any machinery will last, what we have control over is the ability to reliably back up all our important data, and rest easy knowing that we can quickly and easily restore an earlier “snapshot” of our entire file system. You will also be protected in the event of a physical disaster, theft, or some other act of God.

The long and short of it is that the data on your computer system is usually worth far more than the actual system. Work can be repeated, but files that are irreplaceable are gone forever.