OH NO, Where have my files gone!!
Backups are critical for maintaining a secure and reliable IT system. At MTwo, we understand the importance of data restoration in a business IT environment, and our approach involves three key points. Firstly, we utilize cloud backup solutions to ensure data redundancy and accessibility. This allows for seamless recovery in case of hardware failures or other emergencies.
Secondly, we employ local hardware backups to provide an additional layer of protection. These local backups can be quickly accessed and restored, minimizing downtime in the event of data loss or system failure.
Lastly, we emphasize the use of portable drives for backups. These portable drives offer a convenient and portable method of storing critical data. They can be easily disconnected and stored in a secure location, safeguarding against data breaches or unauthorized access.
It’s important to note that we strongly recommend backing up all data, including cloud applications. While cloud apps may seem secure, they can still experience failures, accounts can be compromised, email data can be lost, and files can be damaged by ransomware. With the increasing number of intrusions and security threats, it is crucial to have a comprehensive backup strategy in place to protect your systems effectively.
At MTwo, we prioritize the implementation of robust backup solutions to ensure the safety and availability of your valuable data.
Yes. To stay safe and secure, we recommended that data is backed up. There are many different ways to do this, from a copy of the data to fully encrypted off-site and secured. Contact us to find out more.
We use a mix of both. This depends on the situation and location.
We will show you how to run the Backup system. There are video clips on our website in your portal, and documentation is also available. We also offer a maintenance contract.
A fibre internet connection is best but not essential, and full access to your router to configure the cloud backup; if your connection is a little slower, the system will still work. It will just take longer.
Yes, You have full control over your backup plan.
A backup is not a backup till the backup is secured and separated off-site. Restores should also be checked from time to time.