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How To Better Handle Data Online

Are you overwhelmed by the amount of data that is available online? Don't worry - managing digital information can seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be. In this blog post, we offer simple tips on handling your data more effectively. Not only will following these steps help you organize and make sense of all the internet's information, but they'll also provide greater accuracy in handling sensitive or valuable data as well. So if you're ready to become a master of organizing your digital presence and become more efficient in managing data online, keep reading for our best advice!

World Backup Day: Why having a plan B is important for every organization

In today’s data-driven economy, data is the lifeblood of any business. A catastrophic data loss event can cause irreversible damage to an organization’s reputation, financial stability, and business continuity. This #WorldBackupDay, we’re reminding organizations worldwide of the importance of backing up their data and having a robust recovery plan in place through our campaign #AlwaysHaveAPlanB. In terms of data recovery, having a plan B means simply having a backup plan.

Why Data Backup is Critical for Every Business

Data is one of the most valuable assets to a business. Business owners and managers rely on data to enable effective and efficient business operations management. As such, companies today produce and collect large amounts of data every day. Whether it is system, employee, or customer data, losing any data is a risk you cannot afford to take. In fact, it is so bad it can even cost you your business.

Everything You Need To Know about Chain-Free Backup

Data loss is catastrophic for any business. TrueList’s data loss statistics point out that “almost 70% of small businesses close within a year of a large data loss.” One of the most effective ways to prevent loss is to backup data. There are multiple data backup solutions available, and one of the newest options is known as chain-free backup.


A Guide to Backup Retention Policy Best Practices

When thinking about your strategy around backups, recovery, availability, and business continuity, one part of the plan tends to fall by the wayside: backup retention. We focus so much on things like recovery objectives, SLAs, and tiers of data, that our thinking revolves around the need to potentially recover the backup that we just made a matter of minutes afterward. But there are data sets that need to be available weeks, months—even years—after they are made.


Understanding the 3-2-1 Backup Rule

While data disasters are inevitable, having a planned backup strategy can mitigate its damaging effects. According to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, businesses and organizations should observe the 3-2-1 backup strategy for assured data safety. Superficially, the 3-2-1 backup rule is a backup strategy that increases and diversifies the number of backups used.


The Differences Between Cloud Backup vs. Cloud Sync & Storage

Today, businesses rely on the cloud to help with many tasks, from data backup to team collaboration. In fact, Zippia’s 2022 cloud adoption statistics reveal that 94% of enterprises use cloud services, and 48% of businesses choose to store their most important data in the cloud.” Discover the differences between cloud backup vs. cloud sync and storage in this post.

Top 5 benefits of network backup software

One of the leading and most catastrophic causes of is misconfigurations or faulty configurations. This type of downtime may occur at any moment suddenly, even sometimes turning out to be a surprise for network admins. Whenever this type of downtime occurs, it is mandatory for network admins to find the root cause of the issue in order to troubleshoot and then bring the network back up. This is hectic as well as time-consuming, leading to a loss of precious time for the organization.