Five Key Considerations for Backup & Recovery

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How reliable is your backup and recovery ecosystem?  Once you define the strategy, it is critical to implement that strategy on an infrastructure you can trust. By ensuring both best practices and high-quality, reputable storage hardware and software systems, the organization can be confident that backed up data will be there when it needs to be recovered.

All enterprises need reliable, efficient data protection and recovery – it is fundamental to business survival. In recent years, mid-sized businesses and distributed enterprises have been largely underserved by data protection hardware due to its high cost at a time when enterprises struggle to keep up with the rising tide of data. While hiring a full-time resource dedicated to managing data backup may not be feasible for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), many software packages, appliances, target arrays and services provide comprehensive data protection and recovery. Mason Swenson, product marketing manager for Imation’s Nexsan solutions, offers five important considerations specifically for SMEs when evaluating their data protection needs and plan.


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