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Backup and Restore Critical Business Data

What would happen if your business suddenly lost access to your computer data? How would you provide goods or services to your customers? How fast could you recover?

When it comes to protecting your valuable business data, you probably know that you should be making regular backups because a system failure would cause unthinkable hardship. Even with this knowledge, you probably don't have a daily backup for your accounting data, customer databases, digital photos and other data that is important and irreplaceable.

You are working hard each day to keep your business running smoothly. Why not take a moment to run a backup? Maybe it's because you don't know what to backup, where to backup, what to use to make backups or how to use them. Maybe it's because you don't think about this as a "required" task. I can help your business by working with you to identify your crucial data, designing a backup methodology and setting up your system to create the back ups automatically.

The following tasks are included in the backup and restore service

  1. Interview staff to identify all crucial business data
  2. Help you
    1. determine the best media for storing the backups
    2. how often to take backups
    3. how many backups to keep
    4. when to have the backups run
  3. Automate the backup processing
  4. Train you and your staff
    1. about the back up process
    2. how to add or remove data from the backup process
    3. how to change when the backup is scheduled to occur
    4. how to manually run a backup
    5. how to restore data from a backup

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