If your business hasn’t already migrated to the cloud to store your data, now is the time.
The cloud refers to software and services that run on the Internet, instead of locally on your computer. Most cloud services can be accessed through a Web browser like Firefox or Google Chrome, and some companies offer dedicated mobile apps. Cloud computing platforms are the most efficient method for backing up your data offsite so that you can access it from anywhere, under any circumstance.
If you’ve already made the move to cloud solutions through a platform like Microsoft Azure, you should ensure that your plan has the capacity to store all of your essential data. This will ensure that your business can preserve and retrieve things like employee’s personal data, company financial information, files, passwords and more.
Offsite backup can take other forms, too, including storage in an offsite storage server A storage server is typically less powerful than a standard server, but has more storage space, storage access interfaces and specialized data retrieval tools.