Backups are essential for disaster recovery, but when they are poorly executed, it could mean the critical downfall of your disaster recovery plan. It’s not enough to simply create a backup, store it somewhere, and then expect the disaster recovery plan to work out when backups must be used to restore data. Before determining a backup plan, don’t fall for the common pitfalls made by IT staff unfamiliar with the way backups should be organized and managed.
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