Data recovery: a good backup is the best solution!

Data recovery is the process of restoring stolen, accidentally deleted, damaged or unavailable data. At some point, every company will turn to it.

Data recovery is the process of restoring stolen, accidentally deleted, damaged or unavailable data. At some point, every company will turn to it.

As we know, losing information can be very disastrous for an organization. This is because much of corporate operations today are supported by technology. Therefore, it depends on data to exist.

We will talk about this throughout this article. Read on to understand why a backup strategy is critical to ensuring that data is quickly recovered if something happens!

Usually, MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) certification is meant for those keen-sighted to establish proficiency in one or more types of office programs. The specialist makes use of certified knowledge center to increase the productivity of an organization.

Why have a good data recovery plan?
Data is one of the most powerful weapons a company has. They provide important information about employees, customers, products and competitors. They are collected from various sources and are decisive for the competitiveness of modern businesses.

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But the data world has also become more difficult to manage in recent years, especially for medium and small businesses. What is more worrying: according to a global survey, 58% of small businesses (the most vulnerable) say they are not prepared for a data loss catastrophe. Result: 60% of them leave the market within six months after an incident.

In addition to the growing threats to information security, governmental demands have also caused organizations to become more concerned with how they keep, keeping information secure.

A breakthrough on the issue is the General Data Protection Law (LGPD), which comes into force in Brazil in 2020. Among other things, this legislation requires that personal data should only be kept and used with the authorization of the owners ) (customers, for example).


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