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Backup & Desaster Recovery

Backup & Desaster Recovery

Backup & Desaster Recovery

Backup refers to the process of creating and storing copies of important data in case the original data is lost or damaged. Backups are essential for businesses, as they help protect against data loss due to hardware failure, software errors, cyber attacks, natural disasters, and other unforeseen events.

There are several methods for backing up data, including local backups and cloud backups. Local backups involve storing backup copies on physical media such as hard drives or tapes. Cloud backups involve storing backup copies on remote servers accessed over the internet. Many businesses use a combination of both local and cloud backups to ensure maximum protection against data loss.

It's important to regularly test backup systems to ensure they are working correctly and that data can be restored in the event of a disaster. Additionally, it's important to secure backup copies to prevent unauthorized access or theft.

In summary, backups are an essential part of any data management strategy. They help protect against data loss due to a variety of factors and can be created using several different methods. Regular testing and security measures are important for ensuring that backup systems are effective.

Consulting services

  • Analysis of existing backup & disaster recovery strategies
  • Analysis of existing backup infrastructure
  • Development of backup & disaster recovery strategies
  • Consultation on the selection of backup-relevant service providers as well as hardware and software


  • Installation, configuration and support of backup systems
  • Backup Monitoring
  • Backup effectiveness checks
  • Execution of disaster recovery tests