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How Would Your Business Survive a Computer Disaster Today? Fire, Flood, Virus, Theft, Hardware Failure, Accidental or Malicious Deletion.
How many of you have ever suffered data loss in computer ?
Did You Know...
99% of businesses do not carry out daily backups.
60% of file backups are incomplete.
One in Ten Hard drives Fail.
Only 3 in 100 lost/stolen computers are ever recovered.
70% of businesses that suffer a total data loss go out of business within 18 months.
Company Directors can go to jail for breaches in Data Protection and Privacy Laws.
DATA IS PRICELESS , WE REALIZE , ONLY AFTER LOSING IT
Best Policy ? DATA BACKUP
What is BACKUP ? “Backup is the activity of copying DATA or databases so that they will be preserved in case of equipment failure or other catastrophe ” Ensuring that all of your business data is recoverable when and where required
Where do we start from ? Planning … Let’s Begin ? Why ?
BACKUP Why do we do it ? In Business today, your data is as good as yourself. Lose data, lose business Lost productivity, customer relationships, etc
BACKUPPlanning I have already copied the data on disks/other systems/a CD in my desk drawer..... I already have RAID protection, why should I back the data up?
Current Backup Policies of Organizations “ We are concerned about our data, But Most organizations do not have any concrete policy for data backup ”
Data Backup in SMB/SOHO
Data is kept on server and it is backed up manually by copy paste.
Most of the data remain on the Desktops/Laptops of executives. And no backup is being taken.
Randomly data backup is taken through tools downloaded from Internet.
Backup can be on any media like: Tape Drive Local Disk Drive External Media (USB, IP HDD etc).