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Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:40 am
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But the fact of the matter is that relying exclusively Wholetones on onsite backup comes with its set of critical vulnerabilities. For instance, there is the basic assumption that the local area is forever going to stay safe from natural disasters and mishaps. However, what do you think is going to happen to your data in case a local disaster, for instance war, sabotage, or terrorism, or even natural disasters, such as fire, earthquakes or tornadoes strike? For cases such as these, it is necessary for you to consider taking on off-site data backup.
The basic goal of off-site data backup is that of placing some or all of your data for backup purposes elsewhere - somewhere that it is going to be totally out of harm's way. Speaking in general, offsite backup systems remotely store important business data at a secure location away from the business premises. When you take on offsite data backup, you can even have it saved automatically by setting up a scheduled backup. Every single computer that is on your business network is basically given the ability to access the backed up data.