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Besides Master Technician Technology Services daily backups, Master Technician Technology Services do an extra backup weekly. In addition to FULL Backup of all Drives every 6 months! Then store the backup in a fireproof safe and at an off-site location IN A DIFFERENT CITY! As many businesses that survived Katrina and 911, but did not use Master Technician Technology Services
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Your data is valuable. It will cost you time and effort re-create it, and that costs money or at least personal grief and tears; sometimes it can't even be re-created, e.g., if it is the results of some experiments. Since it is an investment, you should protect it and take steps to avoid losing it. Get Professional get Master Technician Technology Services
There are basically four reasons why you might lose data: hardware failures, software bugs, human action, or natural disasters. Although modern hardware tends to be quite reliable, it can still break seemingly spontaneously. The most critical piece of hardware for storing data is the hard disk, which relies on tiny magnetic fields remaining intact in a world filled with electromagnetic noise. Modern software doesn't even tend to be reliable; a rock solid program is an exception, not a rule. And a great reason we at Master Technician Technology Services we make multiple copies of your backups. Stored in multiple places.
Why it's important to have a Master Technician Technology Services do your Backup's. Here are six of the more popular ones:
1.The Human Eraser - Have you ever reformatted a hard disk when you meant to format a floppy or USB? Have you ever typed "Y" when you meant "N" and then it was too late? Have you ever overwritten a file by mistake? How about installing software you later found you really did not want? Today's computers can do a lot of damage in a very short period of time. The fastest erasers known consist of a fast computer combined with an unprepared or tired brain. Backup systems can save you hours, days or months of trying to reconstruct your valuable data. Before you do any important system change, such as adding hardware or software, remember call/write Master Technician Technology Services.
2.Hard disk failure - MTBFs (Mean Times Between Failure) [define] have improved dramatically in the past several years for all peripherals. But so have data capacity - and the amount you could lose if your disk fails. The problem is you never know when a failure will occur. And, according to the Murphy's Law, the loss will occur at the worst possible time. Master Technician Technology Services Backup systems give you immediate and automatic protection from unpredictable disk failures.
3.Virus protection and spyware protection - Some unscrupulous individuals continue to write viruses that innocently hide in shareware [define] programs and all throughout the Internet. These programs have the capability to copy themselves and load into your system along with the software you think you are getting. Once loaded, they proceed to wreak havoc with your system, causing errors, lockups and loss of data. Master Technician Technology Services backup system can restore data lost through virus infection when used in conjunction with good virus detection software and an earlier Master Technician Technology Services backup.
4.Free up disk space - While we can't stop the steady growth of application software and related data, we can help you do something about it by allowing you to offload some of the less-used files from your hard disk to a secondary storage medium like tape or DVDs. Removing those inactive files can open up your hard disk for new programs or growing data files. Inexpensive DVD or tape cartridges or USB's are a sure way to archive your programs and data while still keeping them accessible when you do need them. It could even enable you to put off buying a larger disk.
5.Events beyond your control - Both natural and man-made disasters inject a disconcerting variability into any application that requires large amounts of data storage. These include fire, floods, lightning and outright theft. After such an occurrence, how will your business survive? Many don't, according to statistics.
Regenerating vital billing or customer information would be very difficult from paper records, if not impossible. Master Technician Technology Services Backup systems protect your data against such calamity. Besides Master Technician Technology Services daily backups, Master Technician Technology Services do an extra backup weekly. In addition to FULL Backup of all Drives every 6 months! Then store the backup in a fireproof safe and at an off-site location. If your system goes, your data stays - it may mean the difference between business as usual and bankruptcy.
6. Like everything else that is related to the physical world, backups will fail sooner or later. Part of doing backups well is to make sure they work; you don't want to notice that your backups didn't work. Adding insult to injury, you might have a bad crash just as you're making the backup; if you have only one backup medium, it might destroyed as well, leaving you with the smoking ashes of hard work. Or you might notice, when trying to restore, that you forgot to back up something important, like the user database on a 15000 user site. Best of all, all your backups might be working perfectly, but the last known tape drive reading the kind of tapes you used was the one that now has a bucketful of water in it.
When it comes to backups, paranoia is in the job description.