When we start working with a new client, we’re often left surprised at their data backup and recovery strategy. It’s not always that they don’t really have a strategy for it, it’s just how sure many of them are that they don’t need to spend a lot of time and effort on it. This uncertainty is a major mistake that often leads to hardship. Today, we’ll talk about why backup is such a big deal.
Data is a Big Deal
Your company’s data is one of its major assets, and you make quite an effort to protect it. You deploy antivirus, firewalls, intrusion detection and other security tools designed to mitigate exposure to malware, hackers and other deplorable situations like:
- Human error
- Sabotage and theft
- Hardware malfunction
- Power surges
- Software corruption
The minute something gets through your network’s defenses, you are in deep trouble. If disaster hits your business and you don’t have a reliable backup, you could not only lose continuity, you could lose it all. This wouldn’t be so dire if you have a comprehensive business continuity strategy in place. Business continuity plans are just potential solutions to problems that threaten to take the business down.
There are hundreds of different situations that could result in substantial data loss, but irregardless of the situation your business is in, having a strong backup and recovery plan lets you be prepared for any possibility.
Today, there are a lot of different ways you can back up your data and applications, but there really is only one that offers onsite and offsite backup, incremental backups and the ability to recover data on demand. This solution is what we call a BDR. Short for backup and disaster recovery, our backup service allows you to configure the backup solution to fit your company’s demands while also providing all the high-end redundancy features that any business could need.
If your business is looking to protect its data from the litany of ways it can be corrupted or lost, BDR is right for you. Call us today at 844.671.6071 for more information.