For most business, the result of a sudden and immediate loss of data would be devastating. Yet data backups are probably one of the most neglected aspects of data management for many businesses.
Letâ€™s begin with a simple question: How important your data is to you? Think of all the information you have in your computers â€“ all your databases, spreadsheets, documents, files, projects, emails, software â€“ and think of how valuable they are to your business. Now try to imagine it all disappearing in an instant. What would happen to your company? What would you say to your clients? Youâ€™d have to start from scratch â€“ and would you even have the capability to do so right away?
For most business â€“ if not all â€“ the result of a sudden and immediate loss of data would be devastating. Operations would be crippled, and productivity would grind to a halt. Many businesses rely on soft data and losing that data, simply put, prevents them from working on anything â€“ at least until the data can be recovered or the system goes up again, and in some cases, theyâ€™d have to start from scratch again.
The difficulty of starting with virtually nothing is obvious. Things look a little brighter when a company goes the data recovery route, but the effects are just as debilitating to daily operations. For one thing, data recovery is not an exact science. Sometimes, if youâ€™re lucky, all the data can be recovered, but many just a few tidbits of it can be retrieved, and sometimes you might get nothing at all. To top that off, data recovery is a long and expensive procedure, especially if you have a lot of data.
What is the solution then? Simple: back up your data. Data backup services are much cheaper than data recovery services, and if you lose your data, you have something solid and reliable to fall back on. Data backups are probably one of the most neglected aspects of data management for many businesses these days â€“ but it is also one of the most essential ones. Some companies think that itâ€™s a waste of time and resources. But in the long term not only do you pay a fraction of the cost of data recovery to have your information backed up, you also prevent your business from suffering if you lose everything.
You never know what events might happen that compromise you data. Natural disasters, accidents, and simple hardware failure can occur when you least expect it to, so it is only prudent and itâ€™s responsible to make sure that your data is safely backed up. Talk to us â€“ weâ€™ll help you find the backup solution thatâ€™s right for your business.