Whether your business is located in Australia or any other country, you can celebrate World Backup Day this March 31, 2019. This day is the perfect time to think about all of your organisation’s valuable data as well as what you would do if you lost it. In the event of a cyber-attack, malware infection, or another unforeseen event that causes data loss, having backup data can keep your business operations running smoothly.
Why Having Backup Data Is Important
Although running backups may seem time-consuming, its importance to your business cannot be overstated. Keeping multiple backups can allow organisations to protect valuable or irreplaceable documents in case a computer crashes, goes missing, or is attacked by malware. Thankfully, backups can be done outside of business hours and your system does all the work for you.
How to Back Up Your Business Data
Your organisation can save backup data in a storage device or through an online service (i.e. cloud). How often you run backups can depend on your business needs. However, the rule of thumb is to do it frequently, making your data backups quicker each time. For greater efficiency, you can select only the files you want to back up rather than the whole system or do incremental backups of only the files that have changed since the last backup.
The Final Word
If you haven’t taken steps to protect your organisation’s important files, this World Backup Day can be a great time to start. By keeping backup data, your business can be better prepared for computer crashes, natural disasters, or human errors. Invest in data recovery solutions today!
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