Tips from Aunty June

By: Neos Systems  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Technical Support, Cloud Computing, Server Installation

May 2011 - How to backup and restore your files

These days data is critical to the daily operation of your business. It is vital that you always have access to a backup of the most current data possible.
There was a case in Christchurch in February where a large corporate only had data backed up from a week earlier – can you imagine how much work they would have/could have lost? Just consider all the sales / purchases / information that you and your company entered into the computer system yesterday – how would you cope if you lost it? Here are some tips to ensure you have all bases covered.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Server Installation, Technical Support

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