Everybody is worried about backup and recovery, and rightly so. Many organizations aren’t as prepared for data loss as they think they are. But creating and executing a successful backup and recovery strategy is really about developing good habits around backup and recovery. From testing to keeping users apprised of activities to maintaining executive buy-in, there is a set of best practices—good habits—that any organization can use effectively. Putting them into place and then making them part of the organizational culture is critical.
In this editorial piece from Redmond magazine, find out more about the good habits that lead to successful implementation of backup and recovery.
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