Loss of information still represents a latent threat for organizations, despite the technical advances that have occurred over time in the areas of data security, protection, redundancy, recovery – and the notable improvements in performance and operation in hardware and storage.
Data loss happens through various causes, intentional or accidental and in most cases occurs in an unforeseen way. This in turn can jeopardize a company’s operations to various levels of severity. In serious cases, the company itself may well be in danger of failing.
It is therefore vital to have mechanisms and solutions that allow us to recover from situations of this type, which not only recover the information, but do so in a timely and effective manner that guarantees the operation and business continuity of an organization.
These solutions not only involves the use of equipment and resources, but also the execution and/or application of standards, procedures and industry standard recommendations that must be met – not only by the administrators and implementers of the backup policies, but by all users in order to guarantee the integrity of the information.