Because data is the heart of the enterprise, it's crucial for you to protect it. And to protect your organization's data, you need to implement a data backup and recovery plan. Backing up files can protect against accidental loss of user data, database corruption, hardware failures, and even natural disasters. It's our job as an administrator to make sure that backups are performed and that backup tapes are stored in a secure location.
Creating a Backup and Recovery Plan Data backup is an insurance plan. Important files are accidentally deleted all the time. Mission-critical data can become corrupt. Natural disasters can leave your office in ruin. With a solid backup and recovery plan, you can recover from any of these. Without one, you're left with nothing to fall back on.
Figuring Out a Backup Plan It takes time to create and implement a backup and recovery plan. We'll need you to figure out what data needs to be backed up, how often the data should be backed up, and more. To help us create a plan for you.
Data recovery can be a daunting process, especially when you're just trying to recover a few files you accidentally deleted or that a virus has corrupted, but don't worry; Of course, not all data loss issues are as simple as a single file going missing. Perhaps your file system got corrupted or you even reformatted your entire drive, forgetting you had necessary data stored there. From a single file to whole partitions deletion and even wiped drives, we can have it recovered for you.