Find a new love this Valentine’s Day: Start loving your data

Start loving your data Center

A thought of losing your mission-critical business data is just like the thought of break-up with the love of your life. You can’t afford to lose any of them.

So, we suggest this Valentine’s Day, give much love to your business data and the best Valentine’s gift would be signing up for one of the best server backup solutions without any delay.

Different kinds of Data Backup solutions:

Mirror Backup: As the name suggests, Mirror Backup means keeping a mirror of the source (of data) as backup. In mirror backup, if the file in the source is deleted, the backup will be deleted from the backup too. So, user needs to be cautious while deletion of any file/data. The benefit of Mirror backup is its clean organized format as it doesn’t contain old, unused and unnecessary files.

Full Backup: Backup created for entire data sets is known as full backup. This is the best backup option. Enterprises prefer periodic full backup as it is not only time-consuming but also requires huge disk space.

Incremental Backup: Any edits made in the source files is also backed up in the incremental backup. Once a full backup is done, it creates the successive backup of changes made since the last backup.

Differential Backup: It is similar to incremental backup as it also starts with one full backup and then subsequent backup of changes made. But the difference is that incremental backup keeps saving changes since previous backup but differential Backup saves all the changes made since last full backup.

Online Backup: When the data source is connected to online backup services, it will frequently keep updating the file at a fixed interval. The place of storage is located somewhere offsite and the backup is managed through internet network connection.  

Cloud Backup: Cloud Backup solution is the most efficient and affordable way to save your data from any disaster. The data in cloud backup is stored at multiple servers and connected to the source through the network. So a single point failure doesn’t harm your data as it is saved there in rest of the networked servers. You need to sign up for the services offered by data center providers.