Peace of mind comes from knowing your backed-up data can actually be restored quickly and reliably. Backups can be easily verified, but there is high anxiety associated with confirming
the reliability of a restore. In most cases, knowing that a restore actually works usually occurs after data is lost. Keeping your fingers crossed should not be an integral part of a data recovery program.
High profile events, such as recent natural disasters, provide harsh reminders of the many ways information can be lost. Among the most common are hardware and software malfunction, human error, computer viruses and natural disasters.There are three main quantifiable costs associated with each incident of data loss: the cost of technical support in the recovery effort, lost productivity due to user downtime, and the possible cost associated with data that is permanently lost.
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