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Best Practices for Data Backup and Disaster Recovery

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Have you considered the process in which your organization takes data backups and restores them following an emergency? The value of data backup and fast recovery can’t be ignored. Unless you take proper precautions, you could potentially face a situation that threatens the very existence of your business.

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Best Practices for Data Backup and Disaster Recovery

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Have you considered the process in which your organization takes data backups and restores them following an emergency? The value of data backup and fast recovery can’t be ignored. Unless you take proper precautions, you could potentially face a situation that threatens the very existence of your business.

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How Backing Up Your Data is Like Having an Insurance Policy for Your Big Plans

How Backing Up Your Data is Like Having an Insurance Policy for Your Big Plans

Even the best plans can fall to unexpected circumstances, especially in terms of business technology solutions. Even if you spend countless hours planning out your system infrastructure, there’s always the possibility that an unseen actor could threaten the future of your business. Therefore, it’s crucial that you take into account the need for a data backup and disaster recovery plan.


Data loss can come from any number of situations. One of the most common scenarios comes from hardware failure, in which a device (such as a server or workstation) fails to perform properly, resulting in a significant amount of data being lost. You can’t ignore the possibility for fires, flooding, earthquakes, electrical storms, and all of the other threats out there that can end your infrastructure. There’s also the omnipresent threat of user error, which is the risk presented by one of your most critical assets--your employees--making mistakes like deleting or overwriting important data.

You probably don’t need us to tell you that data loss isn’t something to take lightly. While there are certainly other factors, data loss is a leading cause of organizations going out of business. Most companies that experience data loss are out of business soon after the incident.

To counter these concerns, organizations need a method of safeguarding their files from unpredictable data loss incidents. A comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery solution is the perfect way to keep your IT infrastructure secured and up-to-date.

In fact, a BDR solution is perhaps one of the most critical components of running a business. If your organization should fall victim to a data loss incident, a BDR solution has the potential to restore your backed-up data and get your systems up and running again. It’s a best practice that this solution store your data off-site and isolated from your in-house systems. The reason: even if your entire in-house infrastructure is destroyed, your data backups will be safe and sound.

To minimize the possibility of downtime, BDR features a cloud-based strategy and data deliverance system. This means that your data is automatically backed up throughout the day--as often as every fifteen minutes. These backups are then sent off-site to a secure, cloud-based data center for when you need them most. When you need to deploy your data backups, they can be restored directly to the BDR device, which can take the place of your server in the event of a data loss disaster.

Computerware wants to help your organization secure its future with a business continuity plan, which includes a BDR solution. To learn more, reach out to us at (703) 821-8200.

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It’s Disaster Preparedness Day! Can Your Data Survive a Disaster?

b2ap3_thumbnail_fire_disaster_400.jpgSeptember was Disaster Preparedness Month; a time to seriously consider where your business stands if a disaster were to strike. What would be considered a disaster? That depends on your situation, but if something were to happen to your business, are you prepared to continue operations quickly? What solutions have you implemented to protect business continuity if something unfortunate were to happen to your organization?

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Recover from a Data Breach Before It’s Too Late

b2ap3_thumbnail_fast_recovery_400.jpgWhen was the last time you honestly thought about your data backup and disaster recovery solution? You might only be taking a minimalist approach due to a limited budget. It’s not that you don’t think powerful data backup and recovery solutions are valuable. If anything, you might feel that your business isn’t a big enough target to be considered by hackers. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter how big the target; hackers are hungry for whatever they can get, including your data.

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