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Happy World Backup Day: Celebrate with Backing up Your Data!

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Don’t be an April Fool! March 31 marked the annual World Backup Day to encourage users to emphasise the importance of keeping a second copy of all your important files.

Data is the most important aspect of your computer. Computer hardware can fail, data can be corrupted, computers can be lost, stolen, or destroyed. You may be able to reinstall operating systems and applications, but your original data could be lost forever. Data backup software can help you protect and restore your data when something goes wrong.

For our customers, every day is World Backup Day – as you would expect when your IT is in the safe hands of our experienced analysts.

But for those who don’t have this contingency strategy in place, this is a great opportunity to evaluate:

  • Which files are crucial to the successful continuity (and let’s face it – profitability) of your service provision?
  • What are you already doing about backing them up now, and
  • What should you be doing to minimise the irreversible damage that occurs when your hard drive fails?

If your data isn’t backed up, once it’s gone it’s gone, and losing your files is way more common than you’d think. One small accident or failure could destroy all the important information your business and livelihood depends on.

In fact, research has shown that 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within six months of the disaster while 93% of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster. (Source: National Archives & Records Administration).

The good news is backing up is straightforward once you have set up the backup process. There are a number of different methods – depending on how you want to backup your data and how safe you want to keep it. It’s just a matter of taking the first step of recognising the value of your data.

For more information on backup advice, call Rush Tech Support today to speak with an analyst to help you backup your sensitive data and put your nerves at ease. Call us at 844-881-7874 (RUSH) +18448817874 .

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