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Data Backup and Recovery

If you’ve just purchased a new computer, or if you have a computer that you use for your small business, you’ll definitely want to think about data backup and recovery sources for your PC. There are lots of benefits to adding this service to your software, and there are lots of companies–live and on the internet–that you can refer to in order to get the services that you need.

The main benefit of data backup and recovery is the ability you’ll have to retrieve files that you have stored on your hard drive even if your computer crashes. You’ll also have the peace of mind of knowing that the programs you choose include industry requirements and off-site security sources that will keep your records for a set number of years. This could definitely help you from the business standpoint if you happen to lose important documents and government papers as a result of computer problems.

Data backup and recovery also protects your computer and your files from being infected with various viruses. Even if your hard drive is attacked, if you have recovery services, your files will still be safe.

You’ll be saved against disaster when you use data backup and recovery as well. Even though most people think that storms and problems with the weather account for most computer problems, this only makes up about 3 percent of data loss cases. Over 80 percent of data that is lost on PC and business computers is due to failure with software or hardware, or human mistakes. So, when you employ a company to give you the data backup and recovery services that you need, you can trust that your files can be restored regardless of weather conditions, or the condition of your computer.

The company that you choose should also be able to offer you customized tools for saving your data, which means you should be able to create your own passwords and paths to the files you’ve stored. If you have a computer system that includes more than one desktop for your business, you’ll also want to go with a company that can provide backup for more than one server. It’s a good idea to ask about the actual dates of your retention period for the data recovery services as well, since some technical companies can give you option of point-and-click recovery so that your documents will be even easier to find.

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