At one time or another we have all lost data. Period, all of us have lost a file or something important we needed. Computers and humans are fallible. Try as we may, we don’t backup often enough or well enough. Tapes break, tape drive fail, backup to the server works great unless the server crashes. These disasters occur with such frequency that most business insurance policies will give a discount for a viable off site recovery plan. The first step in a viable off site recover plan is to protect the data. Having off site hardware is moot without the data. Even the happy home computer crashes. I haven’t had a lot of hard copy photos since 1997, they are all on the computer. I have CDs and DVDs holding the photos but what if it isn’t just a computer crash, what if I live along the Mississippi? Needless to say, their must be a better option. After a great deal of research I’ve decided that the best option is a combination of reliability and affordability from a company called Intronis Technologies.
Intronis has affordable and reliable off site storage of data. I do my homework on technology and I don’t recommend anything I think is shoddy, impractical or fattening. I guess I feel that if I find it realistically affordable and practical, I don’t have any hesitancy in recommending it. Obviously a good Internet connection is necessary to make off site backup by anyone practical. Google Intronis, go to their site to get all the details. If you feel it meets your needs, then sign up and finally feel secure that your data is protected. It may get you a discount from your business insurance but it most assuredly will give you peace of mind about your data. I do NOT benefit from your signing up.
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