6 Abril 2022 / Notícias do Grupo
WORLD BACK UP DAY; BACK IT UP
Losing critical data is an ever-rising ordeal that many repeatedly fall victim to, especially due to lack of knowledge about data security.
We all can testify to losing important information on our phones, laptops, and other devices, which often drives us into a frenzy. It could be anything; disappearing files, a presentation to a potential client, essential client data, you name it.
The good news is that not all hope is lost.
World Back up Day is a day that serves as a reminder to have our data backed up and protected from internal and external actors.
Ensuring that your data is secured and backed up in an up-to-date environment is critical. This data could be in the form of essential files, emails, video footage, and photos, which you care about and will require backing up.
Backing up simply means creating a secondary copy of all your valuable data and storing it in alternative locations.
In so doing, you are protecting your data from unexpected occurrences such as ransomware attacks and data losses caused by accidents and theft.
There are several ways by which you can lose your data. According to worldbackupday.com, 113 phones are stolen or lost every minute, 29% of data loss cases are caused by accident, 30% of computers are already infected with malware, and 21% of people have never made a backup.
At this stage, you most definitely are beginning to understand the essence of securely storing your data in a safe environment. One such example of a safe environment happens to be the cloud.
Cloud backup refers to any data stored offsite from the original and generally refers to using a third party with redundant data storage to keep the data.
Keeping your data in the cloud is a smarter alternative to other forms of backing up as it is not easily exposed to external destructions such as fire outbreaks.
The most significant advantage of storing files in the cloud is that they are available anytime, anywhere.
A data centre, especially if built to Tier III standards, Is a platform that can ably provide access to third-party cloud services such as backup storage, disaster recovery, and cybersecurity to accommodate hardware failures, accidental deletions, cyber-attacks, and natural disasters.
Data centres built to Tier III standards offer best-in-class equipment to guarantee you 99.9% uptime.
Other forms of backup include external hard drive backup, computer backup, backing up your smartphone, creating a NAS backup via USB stick, backup from a MAC, Backing up your website, and WhatsApp backup.
With several options available to back up your data, how about taking off some time today to Back it Up.