Backing up data simply means having a secondary copy of your original data in a safe place easily accessible in the event it is needed. To ensure business continuity, organizations back up their data in case of an IT disaster, which can be in the form of a cyberattack, ransomware attack, data breach, or accidental data deletion or loss. Many companies adhere to the 3-2-1 Backup Rule to drive their backup strategy. The 3-2-1 Backup Rule is defined as having 3 copies of data, on two types of media, while having at least one copy offsite. In this blog, we are going to discuss 3 reasons why businesses must backup data onsite.
Organizations are required to back up more and more data to protect their intellectual property and ensure business continuity. Data volume is growing at a very rapid rate every year. The need for physical data backups is growing. The data storage industry is expected to reach 78.1 billion storage worldwide units by the end of 2021. Here are three reasons why successful companies use physical data backup and adhere to the 3-2-1 Backup Rule to protect their business.
With so many backup appliances and technology available on the market, Assurance IT recommends that enterprises invest in appliances that have the following features:
At Assurance IT, we use the AIT EPR Methodology to assess your business continuity needs. Contact us to find out how we can set up the best backup storage for your business.
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