Data Backup

Developing the Data Backup Plan

Identify data on network servers, desktop computers, laptop computers and wireless devices that needs to be backed up along with other hard copy records and information. The plan should include regularly scheduled backups from wireless devices, laptop computers and desktop computers to a network server. Data on the server can then be backed up. Backing up hard copy vital records can be accomplished by scanning paper records into digital formats and allowing them to be backed up along with other digital data.

Options for Data Backup

Tapes, cartridges and large capacity USB drives with integrated data backup software are effective means for businesses to backup data. The frequency of backups, security of the backups and secure off-site storage should be addressed in the plan. Backups should be stored with the same level of security as the original data.

If you or your business have information which is important but does not have time to make regular backups, we can offer you the solution. Most people understand the importance of making regular data backups, however, because this operation might be time-consuming, and time is always limited, many of you do not do it. It is only when the computer fails people understand that they have just lost a few years worth of work.

Home User Backup

  • Full Hard drive Image
  • File Level Backup

Business Level – Backup 

  • Via Cloud Services
  • Via Server


  • An Assessment of your backup needs.
  •  Creating a complete System Backup (everything on your computer)
  •  Setting up an automatic system to regularly backup important files and folders
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