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Data backup and recovery is an integral part of the business continuity plan and developing a data backup strategy must begin with finding out which data to backup, selecting and implementing hardware and software backup procedures, scheduling and conducting backups and periodically validating that data that has been accurately backed up. Data should be backed up as frequently as necessary to ensure the safe run of business. In other words, data backup and disaster recovery solutions keep businesses safe when trouble strikes.
According to a recent research report, the total volume of data loss at the enterprise level has increased a lot more than the past couple of years and the trend doesn't appear to be diminishing anytime soon. With the rise of big data, cloud computing and BYOD policies in the workplace, it is becoming increasingly challenging for businesses to protect their private data.
There is no way to prevent a cyber-attack, natural disaster, technical malfunction or an uncontrollable human error but you can protect your business from costly data loss by investing in a solution that aids in data backup and disaster recovery.