World Backup Day, observed on March 31st annually, serves as a designated occasion to underscore the critical importance of regular data backups for ensuring data continuity. Although this day effectively highlights a fundamental best practice, we firmly advocate for a continuous commitment to maintaining and safeguarding backups rather than confining such awareness to a single day.
If you want your business to succeed, you’ll need to make sure you have a data backup solution in place. Additionally, this data backup solution needs to have two specific metrics nailed down: recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Let’s discuss what these metrics mean and why they are so important for data recovery.
When you think of innovation, data backup isn’t always at the top of the list of subjects that come up. As the demand for data security and redundancy grows, however, we are beginning to see some interesting innovative features being added to data backup. Let’s take a look at three interesting new features future data backup systems will include.
Ransomware attacks are notorious for their expense to the victim—largely because of the various costs that come along with successful ransomware infections, including many that might not be expected at first. Let’s review some of these costs, if only to reinforce the importance of avoiding ransomware as a rule.