There is always the constant threat of data loss looming over your business. Even though the idea might be terrifying, you need to consider all of the many possible ways that crippling data loss can occur. To combat these issues head-on, you should implement a backup solution that adheres to industry best practices. We’ll help you determine what your business’ requirements are for a quality data backup solution.
What Your Company Needs from Data Backup
You should consider your business’ data backup and disaster recovery process to be the only thing holding your company back from total annihilation. It doesn’t matter what the cause is--you should be ready for it. Your office might need to be rebuilt, or your devices might need to be replaced, but data is the one truly irreplaceable part of your business. If you don’t have any type of data backup system in place, recovering your data will be impossible.
Therefore, it’s absolutely crucial that you have measures put into place to at least resolve the following questions.
What Data Backup is Best for Me?
There are a couple of different ways that your organization can take advantage of data backup, but we will always recommend one that’s centralized around the use of cloud technology. The simple reason for this is that the cloud allows for an automated backup solution compared to the manual tape backup systems that have been popular in the past. This eliminates the need to relying on your users, who could make a mistake and threaten its redundancy.
How Can You Get Started?
To implement a backup solution, it’s best that you work with a reputable vendor. KT Connections can work with your business to find the best solution for your needs. To learn more, reach out to us at 605-341-3873.
Rodd Ahrenstorff is the Director of Business Operations for KT Connections, as well as a member of the company’s ownership team starting in 2014. Rodd has been working in the computer and telecommunication fields for over twenty years—a term during which he has held a number of leadership positions. In the past, he has served as a broadcast television engineer, an systems architect, and most recently Director of Information Technology, including a role as a HIPAA Security Officer for behavioral health and multi-specialty medical providers.