Backing up to good practice

Businesses are becoming more aware of their responsibilities, but must be wary of pitfalls, writes Quinton O’Reilly

1st October, 2017
Gavin Lockhart, technical sales consultant for Ergo

With the growing number of options involving data storage, there’s more reason for businesses to back up and store their data safely, although there are some elements they need to keep in mind. The nature of entities like cloud has changed the rules somewhat, with companies no longer relying solely on tape for backing up data, according to technical sales consultant for Ergo Gavin Lockhart.

“Traditionally, everyone would have been backing up locally,...

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