Businesses wishing to be able to carry out swift data recovery in times of crisis need to remember the importance of creating regular backups.
This is the advice of Sonia Blizzard of Bdaily, who argued that many businesses could be running the risk of unnecessary data loss by failing to prioritise the creation of backup files and while most servers can be set to automatically create an image of its contents at certain times each day, employees must also be trained to create a backup of their files every time they finish a project.
By making these processes best practice within a firm, companies can ensure that in the event of data loss or other crises, they are able to draw upon the most recent versions of data and will not be left with large holes in their recovered datasets from recent changes.
This can lead to an increase in recovery times from disaster and is something all businesses should look to avoid.
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