Most businesses understand the need for backups. Indeed, most companies have backups in one form or another. Having a backup is great, but it’s really just the first step toward data protection, because what good is a backup if you’re not sure you can recover?
The absolute worst time to test backups is when you’re in the midst of a recovery. Despite threats like malware, hardware failure, and the ever-persistent user error, a lot of IT adminsaren’t testing backups, even though it’s the only way to be sure the data you depend on is safe.
Our latest ebook gives you a glimpse into the importance of testing and offer some best practices for how and when to test backups so that when hardware failure, user error, or even a disaster wipes out your systems, you can recover with speed and confidence.
Read DR Testing: The IT Pro’s Guide to Saving the Day to learn
- Why testing isn’t just a good idea, it’s critical
- How testing can make you a more valuable asset
- How testing protects your reputation as a service provider
- How testing gives you rock solid recovery time objectives
- How several techniques can make testing simple
- How frequently to perform various backup and recovery tests
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