Backup Services and Software
These guys know how to backup your entire computer so if even the unthinkable happens you can restore your entire computer to a new machine or just a few files.
For home and small business it is hard to go past
Acronis True Image. Windows or Mac with local backup and optional unlimited cloud storage. Discounts on multiple computer licenses makes this a great pick for small business as well as the single computer home.
Acronis True Image for PC is great for keeping backup costs down if you only have PCs to worry about. Protect 1 to 5 PCs starting from under $50 and include backup to cloud features for the ultimate in protection.
Acronis Backup Advanced for PC (11.5) is the ultimate protection for business. Especially if you want to keep the cost of management to a minimum. Your staff can recover their computers by themselves using Self Service Recovery by pressing the F11 key at bootup. Teamed up with the reliability of cloud services, this is the ideal for the small business with a limited IT budget or the business that operates in multiple locations.
If you have a server you NEED to keep it backed up. Rebuilding a server from scratch often takes a day to restore just the basic services and then additional days to complete work. Your business could be out of action for days while your staff scramble to keep things going leading to further risk to your business.
Acronis Backup for Windows Server (11.5) is easy to use and can completely recover your server from a total failure within minutes and with just a few clicks.
You insure your car, your building, equipment, health and even your income but you cannot insure your data.
But you can back it up. If you are an employer, you owe to your staff to keep earning an income. If you are an employee, you owe it to yourself to make sure that your employer is protecting their (and your) interests.
“93% of companies that lost access to their data for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within one year. 50% of businesses that found themselves without data management for this same time period filed for bankruptcy immediately.” – National Archives & Records Administration in Washington