Data Backup Rule #1 – Use a 3-2-2 Strategy

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Imagine for a second what it would feel like if you lost all your critical business data…

What would you tell your customers?
What would you tell your employees?
And what would it cost you and your business?

Fortunately, there’s a way you can prevent this from ever happening.

Now, most people say they backup their data, but very few actually have a backup strategy in place.
Listen to this.

After a catastrophic data loss event, 93% of businesses will file bankruptcy within one year.

And while 57% of IT managers say they have a proper backup system in place, 75% of them will be unable to restore their data after a data loss event.

Now, if you’re an IT manager or business owner, that’s pretty scary.

And it doesn’t have to be this way.

Implementing a proper backup system like the 3-2-2 backup strategy will really save your bacon.

And this is how it works:

  • Three recent copies of your data, really four in total, one local copy in production, another copy on a local backup server.
  • The backup server then copies its data to a cloud backup, and that cloud backup keeps another copy as a long term retention three to two.
  • When the disaster happens, you’re never risking more than two copies of your data, effectively ensuring that you’ll always be able to restore

Do you have an effective backup strategy in place for your business? 

If you’re concerned about whether your critical business data is being appropriately stored using the RIGHT backup strategy, click the button below to book your FREE CyberSCORE Assessment with our team

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