Backup of Data

Have you ever lost a lot of really important data? Or, short of that, have you ever felt a moment of panic where you thought you did? Whether it’s images of a family vacation, a report from work, or a semester’s worth of homework, you probably have data on your computer’s hard drive or your mobile device that’s not just valuable, it’s too valuable to lose. Data loss can happen to anyone. Having a backup strategy can help you to avoid the crushing feeling that comes with finding out that all your hard work and treasured memories are gone. It’s a good idea to make backing up data a part of your cyber hygiene. If you happen to lose your data due to a hardware defect or ransomware attack, having a backup could be the respite you’re looking for. Freelance IT Solutions can eliminate hardware hassles by taking your backups directly to our global private cloud, with no local appliance required. What does this mean for your business? Efficiency and cost savings. Instead of paying up front for a proprietary appliance or local data storage devices, get started right away and pay monthly based on your actual usage. Save more time and serve more clients.

Recovery of Data

Causes of Data Loss and Corruption Data corruption and loss can be caused by a variety of events, including:

File corruption or firmware issues
Outdated technology
Improper storage methods
Hard drive failures and electronic damage
Accidental deletion or employee error
Virus damage
Natural disasters, floods or earthquakes
In most cases, data can be recovered.
For more information on data and file recovery, please contact us.

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