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Is-Anyone-Ever-Prepared-For-Disaster_-We're-Not-Ju51

  1. 1. Is anyone ever prepared for disaster? Were not just talking about "natural" disasters. (Though a natural disaster could certainly wreak havoc on a small- to medium-sized business.) Consider how intertwined business is to technology. Could a small company operate if it permanently lost all its data?online backup comparison
  2. 2. Protect Assets So They Are Never Lost No one ever expectsdisaster But unpreparedness is a disaster waiting to happen!Todays businesses can no longer rely on amateur backup andrecovery methods Technology is too advanced and change comestoo rapidly Demands placed on hardware and software are highCountless "bad guys" live in the World Wide Web
  3. 3. The only way to protect business assets in this environment is to putprofessional backup and disaster recovery mechanisms in placeChecklist for Backup and Disaster Recovery: You Need a Plan Youmust plan for a number of contingency problems because data losscomes in many forms Your backup disaster recovery plan shouldaddress workstations and servers that need a restore How will youreplace single files versus a server? How will you bring a physicaldevice online quickly in a virtualized environment? What Is the BestBackup System for a Small- to Medium-Sized Business? Remotemanagement is the best choice for an affordable back-up system Itplaces responsibility into the hands of a trained IT professional
  4. 4. It can be scheduled to run regularly and reliably You choosewhether backups are full, incremental, or on-demand Do You HaveComplete Disk Imaging? Complete disk imaging provides dataprotection for all programs, settings, configuration, system and userdata The ability to save both full and incremental online backupcomparison images, you gain restoration points for point-in-timerecoveries
  5. 5. Whats the benefit of point-in-time recovery? Your systems are up todate with the latest settings and data set Then restoring your systemis possible from the ground up through an intuitive bare-metal restoreprocess (if available from your backup and recovery managers) oradministrators can drag and drop selected files and folders orremotely mount drive volumes Media Drop-off - Never Again! Aremote and automated recovery and backup system means yourdata flows to a safe and secure off-site facility Rain, snow, sleet,hail, tornado, flood, earthquake
  6. 6. youve got your backup to keep your business up and runningBetter yet, the data gets there without running media tapes aroundtown! Flexible Configuration and Control Select a backup systemthat works with your service providers systems managementframework
  7. 7. The better backup recovery systems will manage, monitor, secure,and protect your systems from a single Web-based managementconsole Remote backups can be completely automated and leftunattended to recover lost files within minutes Prepare Today ForTomorrows Disaster IT disaster can come in many shapes andsizes
  8. 8. Consider a comprehensive backup and recovery plan that makesbackup safe and easy A remote access system with complete diskimaging is a better choice for small- and medium-sized businessesThat way, if and when disaster strikes, business can continue asusual
  9. 9. online backup comparison

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