How can you back up your data and keep it safe?

by Techchef Data Recovery Techchef Data Recovery
On one fine morning, you sit at your system while preparing or finalizing your important presentation, then suddenly unthinkable chaos happens - "your data is lost"! We completely understand how it feels. 

You know that data has become a vital part of your life, and keeping it safe and secure that's what you wish for. Fortunately, the situation of data loss is retrievable. In simple words, you can restore or retrieve when you lose the original file and folder. 

Here are the top five ways to get backup of your data and keep a safeguard from future catastrophe: 

1. Cloud backup

Firstly, Cloud storage backup is the easiest way to keep backup of your vital data. Cloud storage is one such safety net that ensures your data's end-to-end encryption. Through cloud storage protection, you can access your information on any device by entering the password of your cloud backup account. Still, a device must have an internet connection to open a cloud backup account. And make sure the password should be strong enough to protect from getting hacked. Some well-known cloud backup softwares are iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox etc.

2. External Hard Drive backup

Secondly, having external data backup available is always a better option. You can access the stored data anywhere and anytime offline through external disk devices by connecting it into the desktop or laptop

External backup is always feasible and easy to use. But keep in mind, if you suspect any damage or failure, then go for expert help immediately. 

 3. USB storage backup 

USB storage devices are portable and convenient to carry anywhere, travel-friendly storage devices. They are easy to use, manage and affordable at the same time. But due to its portability nature, make sure you keep them safely in a secure location; otherwise, they might get lost easily. 

4. NAS device

Another helpful method would be using Network Attached Storage (NAS) to get back up. It allows the backup of several computers or systems at the same time. More importantly, NAS device recovery is considered significant in business organizations for recovering or retrieving vast data from multiple systems.
 Adoption of NAS data recovery is increasing globally. 

According to Business wire news, β€œIt is estimated that more than 80% of midmarket and enterprise organizations are using NAS for some tier of storage in exceeding capacity when compared to other storage types, such as DAS (Direct Attached Storage) and SAN (Storage Area Network). The major factors driving the market include - explosion in unstructured data, increasing the footprint of scale-out NAS in enterprise IT systems, and focus on network virtualization and software-defined NAS.”

5. CD and SD cards backup 

This method of keeping backup is old-fashioned now, not much preferable. However, it is still a valuable and reliable method to safeguard your data. Unlike hard drives, it has fewer chances of failure and getting damaged easily. But like USB devices, CDs and SD cards need to be kept in a safe location so that they cannot get stolen or lost easily.

Conclusion :

Having backup ready beforehand is always crucial for business and an individual. By protecting your data, you can automatically save your digital life. However, if you are not familiar with any of these methods explained above and face any severe data loss issue, then in such cases seeking IT professional intervention would be preferable to recover your precious data right away. 

Techchef Data Recovery Solutions can provide you with a suitable solution for any data recovery service quickly. For more information, Visit the website or Call us at 1800-313-1737(toll-free) for any queries related to data recovery.  

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