Common Backup Challenges

Data is the lifeblood of a business and it’s up to IT Departments to keep it accessible and protected. With the ever-changing landscape networks, storage growth, the current (and intense) focus on security, and more professionals working from home - there are many challenges that IT professionals can face.

Below you can find common backup challenges and Net3's solution to overcoming them. 

What goes into a DR Runbook?

DR Runbook

Back in our April blog post, we discussed the impact of testing your Disaster Recovery plan and how it was critical to run a test failover to ensure complete data recovery. If unknown, the DR test helps determine mission critical business functions and the importance of those functions. The test can expose the losses a business will retain by losing any or all of those functions.

The DR Runbook is created specifically for a seamless recovery for the DR plan.  It is the business’ specific blueprint on how to recover quickly and efficiently from a DR event. 

The Case for Continuous Data Protection

Since data is the lifeblood of every business, companies are constantly figuring out how to best back up their data. Backups are a company’s insurance policy for data loss. But when it comes to recovery, traditional backups can pose an issue: data gaps.

How to Choose a Network Monitoring Tool

 

Keeping an eye on what’s going on in your network is critical in so many ways. Network monitoring tools offer many benefits, and with the advancements of technology today, there are a plethora of tools to help monitor an entire network.

Microsoft O365:  Archiving vs. Backups

 
We help many clients with O365 backups and through this delivery, we come across a frequent question: If archiving 365 data provides the security to prevent data loss from accidental deletion or malicious intent, why do I need to do a backup as well?
 

It can a complicated issue when verbiage in the Compliance section of the E3 and E02 licensing shows archival. But if you look closely, there is a difference between archiving your O365 data and backing it up.

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About Net3 Technology

Net3 is a leading Cloud Services Provider.  We own and operate PvDC Cloud, which is located both on the East and West coasts. 

Nationwide, Net3 provides clients with customized cloud solutions for Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Production.  Our Cloud Services encompass discovering the right cloud platform for businesses, planning and migration, and day to day cloud management for peak performance.