They can understand customer patterns, know when they’re likely to come in and reward them for multiple visits. With so much critical information contained in digital data—from consumer credit card information to contact lists to financial records—businesses today must make data security a top priority because a disaster doesn’t have to dominate the headlines to have a catastrophic impact on a business. Fires, high winds and severe winter storms can damage or destroy offices and storefronts. And although the damage may not be visible to the eye, large-scale cybercrimes can bring business to a standstill.
So here are some useful tips to protect your data from Data Disaster:
#1. Back Up your Data on daily basis.
Be careful with your data. Backing up files to cloud storage or to an external drive on daily basis is good places to start.
#2. Backing Up Your Backup Data.
Whether you store your backups on an external drive or upload files to the cloud, you should expect that something might go wrong. Cloud services have an occasional tendency to lose data and, because they aren’t supposed to be looking at your files, cloud storage providers can’t always help you recover lost files. For that we recommend you backing up to multiple cloud services.