Be prepared against data loss and data theft. March 31st is the day to backup and better protect your data.
Whilst you can implement tools and best practices to minimise threats, and there are many that we will recommend, there is unfortunately no method to eradicate threats entirely.
And whilst we are anticipating a rise in the number of cyber-attacks, your business data is also vulnerable to any number of other threats. Accidental loss, corruption or a natural disaster can be just as devastating to your business as a ransomware attack. Having a strong backup and disaster recovery strategy in place can mitigate these risks.
We’ve created more information in the last two years than in the entirety of recorded history. That’s a lot of photos, memories, and important projects to lose. Protect your legacy and backup your data.
You can download our backup and disaster recovery checklist using the button below to find out how if your business has the best possible backup and disaster recovery strategy.
We also wanted to point out that it is just as important to ensure your personal data is backed up. For example, data such as photos hold strong sentimental value and should be backed up, just as you would your business data. You can use cloud services such as iCloud or Google to backup mobile devices and other cloud services such as a personal OneDrive account can be used for backups. You might not know but every Amazon customer gets 5 GB of free storage shared with Amazon Photos.
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If there are areas of your backup that you are unsure of, or if we can assist you in any way, please contact your account manager, call us on 01455 247 830 or email email@example.com.