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Cloud Storage for Disaster Recovery

August 18, 2017

Numerous businesses and individuals who do not have adequate knowledge about cloud storage and usually question its feasibility or how possible is it in an age like this. But that’s not the big questions or issue. Instead it should be asked…’what will I do if I or my company experiences a disaster?’ Many individuals and small business look beyond the need for a method of securely storing their data in the event of a disaster whether natural or triggered by man. It’s highly important that one look into this factor especially when dealing with high quality and/or important information that can wreck a business if it is ever lost or destroyed.

 

Cloud storage should be seen as a form of protection or safe house to run to when you get too worried about your data, especially in the case of a disaster. Cloud storage is much more viable for disaster recover than traditional methods of storage and it doesn’t take much effort to set up therefore every individual and/or small business should invest in a form of cloud storage. If your data and information or not on the cloud then you are very much vulnerable. You are capable of experiencing data loss at any given moment as a result of a natural or man triggered disaster that may happen.

 

In the past it has been seen where thousands of businesses spend vast amount of monies to install data recovery solutions which resulted in some of them being bankrupt. As technology progressed and cloud storage became possible, a lot of individuals and business reverted form traditional means of disaster recovery and began saving their valuable data on cloud storage platforms such as that offered by our experts.

 

Cloud storage is also extremely viable for disaster recovery because it eliminates the need for restoring data form cassettes or diskettes for instance. When there’s a disaster these methods of backup can be very frustrating to restore the data and moreover sometimes information get corrupted or destroyed thus resulting in it being unusable. On the flip side, cloud storage allows information to be seamlessly backed up and restored without any hassle and the data is kept fresh for years and even decades. Due to recent developments in cloud storages, you even have the ability to configure your cloud storage to suit your specific needs as an individual or business.

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