In modern companies, one of the most important elements that affect their market competitiveness as well as smooth operation, is the guarantee of broadly understood business continuity. In case of IT systems and infrastructure, ensuring such continuity comes down primarily to defining and implementing disaster recovery (DR) processes. This includes developing a set of policies, processes and procedures relating to restoration and maintenance of mission-critical IT systems and infrastructure.
Cloud computing technologies, especially in SaaS model (Software as a Service), are beginning to play an increasingly important role in the corporate reality. With their popularisation, entrepreneurs are also beginning to wonder whether it is worth to move other key business processes to the cloud. Today, cloud backup is among the most frequently considered options. But this immediately raises some concerns – is this a reasonable solution to the problem?
The fact that Polish companies are conquering foreign markets should be emphasised as often as possible – especially in the context of the technology industry, the development of which is now highly influenced by Polish enterprises. Over the last years, thanks to hard work and commitment of the best employees, Xopero has been expanding its business horizons, reaching the sunny Italy in 2016.
As we often say in IT, all computer users can be divided into two groups. The first group consists of those who archive data, since they have once lost it. The second includes users who do not backup their data yet, because serious data loss is still ahead of them.
This little humorous saying is confirmed by experience of many IT administrators and regular users. Many of us start to think about the safety of our data once we lose it. Meanwhile, backups are one of the best, cheapest and surest ways to protect critical data from loss.