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// What happens if you lose your invoicing system?

Do you have proper
and tested backups?

Thinking about backups after a disaster occurs can be expensive. Backing up your company data is more complex than plugging in a usb and copying the information, or installing a backup software. It’s important to have a backup plan, but it’s also important to have a recovery plan and test your backup. Without testing your backups, you are really just leaving things up to chance and hoping you’ll be able to recover when it’s needed.

Having 1 backup source is also not advisable, especially if you keep the backup media in the same location as the original data.

// Follow the 3-2-1 rule

Here’s a few questions
you should ask

What’s the value of your data? How often should you be backing it up? How many versions of your data are you keeping? What’s the recovery time and process for recovering your data?

Are you following the 3-2-1 backup rule?

03
Create 3 copies of your data

02
Store 2 copies in at least 2 different media types.

01
Keep 1 of these copies offsite

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// Backups may play an important role in compliance

Your may be required
to have a backup solutions

Depending on your business industry you may have certain requirements to meet for compliance purposes. HIPAA requirements for example need you to have data confidentiality, data integrity, and accessibility. A backup of your data means you will have data integrity in the event your data gets corrupted and is still accessible after a catastrophic event that ends in losing your primary data source.