Avoid losing all your important data

Do you backup the data on your computer regularly? Is your company equipped for a data loss emergency? If not then you have a very bad data contingency plan and this may have repercussions depending upon how valuable your data is to you.

Data loss can happen due to a number of reasons. It is however absolutely important to understand that as long as you are using a computer for storing your information, data loss will be an inevitable reality. This could be due to a virus or a spyware infection on to your system, accidental deletion of important files by another person who did not know of their importance or a hard drive crash.

This makes backing up your data an important activity. Making a backup of your data usually refers to, making another copy of it. This copy can then be stored on CDs, DVDs or other such offline data backup mediums or using online backup. Online backup is preferred to offline back up as it stores data in a location physically away from your home. So if your data is imperative for your work life to run properly, even in case of physical damage to your house, then online data backup would help you a great extent.

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