The business world runs at a faster pace than ever today, and companies need technology that can keep up. And no service is as important in this regard as disaster recovery solutions. Without data backup software that can keep pace with data volumes and the way businesses use their digital information, if a disaster strikes, it could spell the end of a company.
Automation takes away the stress and spent resources that manual data backups cost a business as well. No longer will a company need to dedicate an employee to backing up data. Instead, it can set the system to run, freeing up staff for more mission-critical tasks while removing the potential of human error from its disaster recovery strategy as well. With online backup solutions paving the way for complete protection, this provides businesses with 24-hour recoverability, as opposed to windows of backups that might not collect the most recent data employees created or were utilizing.
For a business, automation is the next logical step in its continuity strategy to improve the reliability and productivity of the company both during a crisis and in the normal work environment. This provides companies a way to get a return on their business continuity investments like never before, and ensures that, no matter what happens, the data is protected and recoverable.