Backup And Archive Strategies

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Learn about the difference between backup and archiving, and why both are important workflows for your business.

Learn about the difference between backup and archiving, and why both are important workflows for your business.

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  • 1. Backup and ArchiveStrategies for Your BusinessProtecting your data, should the unforeseen happen
  • 2. Backup Archive
  • 3. Backup and Archive
  • 4. Backups and Archives
  • 5. Backups and Archives - Preserve data
  • 6. Backups and Archives - Preserve data - External
  • 7. Backup Archive
  • 8. Backup VS Archive
  • 9. Backup
  • 10. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happenBackup
  • 11. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserved for the purpose of restoring entire directories/systemsBackup
  • 12. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserved for the purpose of restoring entire directories/systems Not designed to retrieve individual files over the long-term.Backup
  • 13. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserved for the purpose of restoring entire directories/systems Not designed to retrieve individual files over the long-term.Backup Examples: Time Machine, Carbon Copy Cloner, SuperDuper
  • 14. Archive
  • 15. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happenArchive
  • 16. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserves the ability to retrieve specific itemsArchive
  • 17. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserves the ability to retrieve specific items Designed to preserve both for the immediate and the futureArchive
  • 18. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserves the ability to retrieve specific items Designed to preserve both for the immediate and the future Preserves organizational structureArchive
  • 19. A way of preserving data should the unfortunate happen Preserves the ability to retrieve specific items Designed to preserve both for the immediate and the future Preserves organizational structureArchive Examples: Disk Images, External Media
  • 20. Questions
  • 21. Time MachineComprehensive, Automatic backup
  • 22. 2) Select Disk1) Turn On
  • 23. Backup with Carbon Copy ClonerComprehensive, Bootable backup
  • 24. 1) Select HD
  • 25. 2) Select External Source1) Select HD
  • 26. 2) Select External Source1) Select HD 3) Choose Options
  • 27. ArchivingThe Finder and Disk Utility