February 7, 2018

5 Benefits of Regular Backups


As recently as 2017, some businesses have never backed up their data.

Scheduled backups are a vital and simple component of business continuity

With the NDB Act (Australia) and GDPR (Europe) coming in to force this year, the ability to take effective remedial action against suspected or identified data breaches will save your business from a six-figure penalty and loss of business.

Here are 4 more reasons to regularly backup your data:
  1. Simple Management. Backing up to the Cloud gives you quick access to files, anywhere with an internet connection, at any time. Your recent and archived data can be easily stored, with set retention schedules.
  2. Gives your hardware extra protection. The reasons for hardware and OS failures are numerous and vast. With regular backups you don't have to lose sleep over the intricate health of your hardware affecting your critical data.
  3. It reduces the impact of malware. In addition to your anti-virus software, having an archive of regular backups will significantly reduce the impact of malware, or malicious access to your network. The ability to quickly restore a recent copy of your data will increase your resilience.
  4. Client Satisfaction from responsive, reliable and resilient data management as a result!

Because you rely on your devices and the data stored within for so much, it makes sense to do everything you can to protect your clients' critical data.

We can get your data on a schedule, and you can manage it all from the one place - ask us how!