Backup & Disaster Recovery
The purpose of backup is to solve three things for businesses and organizations during their daily operations: any computer or its operating system can crash; anyone can make errors; and disasters seem to happen when you least expect it or are least prepared for them. Hence, the backup and recovery of data is an essential part of running a successful business.
It’s important for businesses to plan ahead and put data backup systems into place in case the worst happens, well before it happens. Successful data backup systems are accomplished by using an offsite server or separate drives to store your massive amounts of information. Without putting these systems in place, data recovery becomes difficult resulting in loss of information when the worst happens.
What is the Backup and Recovery of Data?
The backup and recovery of data is the process of backing up your data in the event of a loss and setting up secure systems that allow you to recover your data as a result. Data backup requires the copying and archiving of computer data to make it accessible in case of data corruption or deletion. You can only recover data from an earlier time if you have backed it up with a reliable backup device. Data backup is one form of disaster recovery making it an essential part of any sensible disaster recovery plan. Backing up data cannot always restore all of your business operating systems data and settings.
For instance, computer clusters, database servers, or active directory servers may need additional types of disaster recovery since a backup and recovery may not entirely reconstitute them. Today, you can back up a significant deal of data using cloud storage; therefore, archiving your data on a local system’s hard drive or external storage is not necessary. What’s more, you can set up your mobile devices using cloud technologies to allow automatic data recovery.
All businesses need a Backup & DR solution that protects their data center physically and virtually. Large, Medium & Small businesses are protecting their physical and virtual environments using BDR Solution
BDR Solution available for diverse workload
Bounce Back Stronger from Ransomware
BDRSuite offers a comprehensive range of features to safeguard your data against these risks, allowing you to bounce back stronger from any potential data loss.
3-2-1 Backup Policy
With BDR Solution, business can implement the 3-2-1 backup policy to ensure that three copies of backup data are stored on two different types of media (such as disk, tape, or cloud) and that one copy can be kept offsite. This approach significantly reduces the risk of data loss due to hardware failure, ransomware attacks, or natural disasters.
Offsite and Cloud DR
With BDRSuite, businesses can send a copy of their backup data to an offsite location or the BDR Cloud to ensure that their data is protected from ransomware or disasters. If the primary site becomes unavailable, the offsite backup data can be used to resume productivity instantly.