Businesses wishing to ensure their sensitive consumer and corporate information is kept as secure as possible should look to employ automated processes for data management.
This is the view of David Zimmerman, chief executive officer at LC Technology International, who told Information Age that backup and data recovery systems should be set to automatically create file images at certain times of the day, ensuring that human error is removed from the backup process as much as possible.
“Setting schedules of automatic backups and other recovery-related tasks will ensure you remove the risks that come with manual processes,” he stated.
Furthermore, staff should have a thorough understanding of their responsibilities when it comes to the efficient and proper storage and recovery of data, as speed can often be of the essence in times of crisis when businesses suffer an unforeseen data loss.
Putting in place a well-tested and understood data recovery plan is therefore also essential for firms.
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