As data compliance laws become more stringent and your business acquires more information-based assets, the impact of a potential service disruption also grows. In fact, over 40% of businesses don’t reopen at all following a disaster. By entrusting your DR requirements to High Plains Technology, you’re protecting your IT infrastructure investments while ensuring continuity to your business. Read more on why your business needs a DRaaS solution.
We strongly recommend 3-2-1 Data Protection to protect your data from loss due to accident, negligence, or willful destruction by employee or virus / malware. Every admin should have a backup. This principle works for any virtual environment; regardless of the hypervisor you are running (VMware, Hyper-V or whatever): backup is king!
One of the timeless rules that can effectively address any failure scenario is called the 3-2-1 backup rule. This approach helps to answer two important questions: how many backup files should I have and where should I store them?
The 3-2-1 rule became a popular concept thanks to Peter Krogh, a well-known photographer who wrote that there are two groups of people: those who have already had a storage failure and those who will have one in the future. In other words, the 3-2-1 backup rule means you should:
Data backup and recovery services are essential to the security of your business. Businesses today operate in an environment where significant application downtime and data loss lead easily to lost productivity, lost revenue and lost customers. High Plains Technology understands the importance of backup and recovery services to every business and is committed to providing efficient and intuitive tools to simplify the process. Our best in class backup solution does more than back up data, it helps to rapidly recover data that has been lost.
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