Cloud-to-Cloud Backup and Restore
We all know how the cloud has revolutionized the way we store and manage our crucial data. With the help of the cloud, be it storing or managing data, collaborating with your team or analyzing your performance, everything can be done in the blink of an eye, from anywhere, at any time – it’s that easy. So for Cloud-to-Cloud Backup and restore, what is the need and solution?
Most cloud users and managed service providers (MSPs) believe that any data stored in the cloud is highly secure and safe, with zero opportunity for data loss or business continuity issues. While it’s true that the cloud is more secure than your local drive, that doesn’t mean you might never experience data loss.
The risk of data loss still exists and as a managed service provider, you must assist your clients to prepare in advance for potential problems and an immediate and reliable solution to this is a cloud-to-cloud backup.
If you are still wondering why it is important for backing up cloud data, take a look at the reasons below which should clear your confusions easily.
Accidental deletion or user error is one of the major causes for data loss. In fact, the chances of user errors can increase tremendously if your client moves to the cloud because of the massive amount of data updates made in real-time through cloud-based applications.
For example, if a Gmail user deletes an email accidentally and suddenly needs it after 30-days, it can never be recovered. That’s because Google only keeps deleted data for 30-days and if you don’t recover it within that period, that data will be lost forever.
However, you can avoid data loss easily if you set up a cloud-to-cloud backup solution for your client. This will help you backup your client’s cloud data, such as from Google Apps or Office 365, in safe and secure cloud storage, such as Amazon Web Services, so that your client doesn’t need to worry about the finite recovery periods.
We’ve seen how external threats have increased manifold in recent days, but most businesses tend to forget about insider threats.
This can be in the form of disgruntled employees after being terminated or personal grudges against their bosses or colleagues. They could log into their business clo