If you’ve ever lost important data or experienced that gut-wrenching moment of panic when you thought you did. Then you know only too well the benefits of having a simple, but highly effective backup in place.
Peter Krogh, an authority on digital asset management, sums it up perfectly when he said, “There are two types of people in the world. Those who have had a storage failure – and those who will have one in the future.”
So it makes sense for every IT professional to have the ability to easily and quickly recover data and applications.
But, having a backup in place does more than protect you from hardware failure.
It also helps you and your organisation:
Negate threats posed to you by ransomware attacks.
Restore files which have been subjected to user error – or accidental deletion as it’s better known
Set retention schedules to comply with legislation
And don’t think because you use Office 365, it automatically provides you with backup. Because while O365 has many great services, the backup of your O365 data is not one of them.
The good news is implementing and managing a proficient backup has never been so affordable, or as simple.
But given changes in legislation when managing data you need to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability. That’s why when working with Axess Systems you can be sure have a partner who is ISO27001:2013 certified.