World Backup Day – March 31, 2016
- Are you still saving all of your files to your hard drive?
- Do you say to yourself you will backup your files every day, month, quarter?
- Are you using Office 365 with Exchange for email and OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online for document storage? Then you’ve got great data redundancy – not data backups…read more below.
Have you had a hard drive crash before? Stop and think about it. All of your work…..gone. Have you had that feeling in the pit of your stomach that you just lost all of your work files, documents, everything?
Thursday, March 31st, 2016 is World Backup Day!
I will also tell my friends and family about World Backup Day – friends don’t let friends go without a backup.
*Click on the link above and take the pledge via Facebook or Twitter.
Do you have a company policy on how and where to backup files? Are you an Office 365 customer? OneDrive for Business is a great place to store your files, documents, pictures, etc. OneDrive for Business offers the convenience of having your documents on your computer and at the same time also having a copy of those documents saved to the cloud. But that’s not enough…
OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, and Exchange Online are not online backups…
Microsoft Office 365 is the best cloud based business platform available. However, it provides DATA REDUNDANCY not DATA BACKUP. Yes, Microsoft will backup your data for a short time in the case of a failure in their data centers, but if you want a backup like the tapes or USB drives you had, you need to create online backups of this data. Contact us to have this added to your Office 365 tenant today.
For a few dollars a month, you can have peace of mind that your Office 365 data (email, documents, and document libraries) are securely backed up and ready for a recovery when you need it.
Want to learn more about OneDrive for Business? Here are a two links to help you use OneDrive for Business:
Research shows 30% of people have never created a backup of their data.
Don’t wait any longer. Right now. Backup your files via USB, external hard drive, cloud storage. If you want to talk about a long-term plan for you and your company, contact us and we will discuss what will work best for you.