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Category: Data recovery
5 July, 2012
As more than two-thirds of businesses have experienced data loss in one form or another in the past year, modern solutions are worth considering.
Cloud computing has long been considered the perfect solution for flexible workers as it allows information to be accessed anywhere, but it also helps protect against the ever-present risk of data loss.
Indeed, a poll by CA Technologies in May suggested that people who have already embraced the cloud feel more positive about data protection.
This is likely to be that many of the key causes of data loss – physical hardware damage, viruses, power failure and natural disaster – are unlikely to affect data stored on the cloud.
Plus, with the threat of malware and hacking on the increase, storing critical information in the cloud can keep it protected, as long as the proper security measures are in place.
However, it's worth remembering that the cloud isn't entirely loss-proof, as the recent incident with Amazon revealed.
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Posted by Lucy Hill