There can be confusion over what backup is, what constitutes a disaster recovery plan, and the difference between backup and disaster recovery. Our eBook takes you through the definitions and today's options for backup and disaster recovery.
Backup is the process of copying data (applications,
servers, user-created content) to a secondary location in case of loss, or corruption.
Backup is an essential element of a disaster recovery strategy - defining the steps needed to get a business up and running following an incident, and whether an incident affects a particular area or the entire business.
Today's business runs on data. Loss of that data would be a disaster - and yet a paper by tech publication IT Pro, puts around four million UK businesses at risk of losing their data due to inadequate - or even nonexistent - backup practices.
In our eBook, Getting to know backup
and disaster recovery options for your business, we'll look at:
✔ Backup and disaster recovery in detail
✔ Planning a disaster recovery strategy
✔ Backup and disaster recovery options offered by Microsoft Office 365, Azure and Acronis
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