In essence, backup is the process of copying data from a primary to a secondary storage location. This is done to keep it safe from intentional and unintentional data loss.
Growing business demands require an agile and resilient foundation to support increased workloads and web-based applications.
Collecting data is a bit like collecting rainwater using buckets. You don’t want to waste any, but you might need MANY different buckets that keep filling up.
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Imagine for a moment that you’re walking on a tightrope. Balancing on your head somehow is your entire business (yes, it’s an impressive spectacle). The goal is to make it to the other side, but it’s a long way down and it’s a windy day.
A high-availability solution is essential for always-on companies like these with business continuity as a critical priority.
Disaster recovery is a two-word term that should be easy to understand, right? Well, you’d be surprised by how easily it can get confusing.
Every business manages data, no matter its size. Unfortunately, not all have the tools at hand to secure their valuable information. Data loss is a genuine threat, especially for small to medium-sized organisations, and it can have devastating operational and legal consequences.