By blog Feb 22 2021
If you are in the IT industry, you have to have heard the word "backup" at least once. And lately, you have definitely been hearing the term "cloud backup" more and more.
Think about your own situation. When was the last time you backed up the data on the computer in front of you?
It’s a typical morning. You arrive at the office and turn on the computer...
But what if your computer suddenly won't start up? Or later when you're in the middle of writing a report in MS Word, your computer crashes and automatically reboots?
Many of us have experienced these kinds of problems in our daily life or at work. These things just happen.
While we all hope this does not happen to us, unexpected problems like those above are not uncommon. In addition to computer crashes, there are many other possible situations, such as data transfer failure, file loss, or batteries finally running out of power. When these things happen, valuable data can be lost.
Backing up is the process of duplicating or copying the data on your computer in case something goes wrong. This is especially important for large files that take a long time to create. It is a good idea to keep copies in several different locations, such as on an external hard drive, USB, or in the cloud.
Microsoft Office applications also have an auto-save function that can be utilized if necessary.
If you haven't paid much attention to this up now, you should definitely start with these following steps to protect your important data.
1.Choose and begin using a backup method, such as mentioned above.
2.For manual backups, create and follow a backup schedule.
3.When using Microsoft Word, make sure autosave is enabled.
"But backing up is such a pain...”
There are many such people in the world. This is where the importance of cloud backup becomes apparent.
Cloud backup is a method of backing up your files and data to a cloud-based server or storage space on the Internet. Since it is not a physical backup, there is no need to use your own USB memory stick or external hard drive or to set up an internal backup server. All you have to do is sign up for a cloud backup service, complete the initial setup, and you're good to go.
Let's take a moment to review the good points of cloud backup.
Setting up and using cloud backup is, above all, incredibly easy to do. All you need to do is register with the service, install the software, set up the initial settings (and regular backup settings), and then the software will back up your files and folders to the secure cloud storage all on its own.
While there is a monthly fee, there are no large initial investments needed to create a server or expenses to deal with unexpected server problems, keeping the overall costs usually much lower. This is a perfect solution for those who want to keep backups but also want to save money.
Corporate cloud backup services generally offer better security measures than services for individuals.
Of course, cloud backup is not always the best solution for all situations. Be sure to keep these potential issues in mind when examining your options.
As cloud backups utilize their servers via the Internet, they need to be connected to back up files and data. Also, it is not just enough to be connected to the Internet; a stable and fast connection is necessary to some extent.
Depending on a company's Internet environment, backup speeds may be slower than when backing up to a local server or other location within the company.
Cloud backup has both advantages and disadvantages, but in recent years, its adoption is gradually increasing among small and medium-sized companies. It may soon become a mainstream backup method for companies in the future, as it is perfectly compatible with remote work.
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