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Disaster Recovery Service Quote

Prevent data loss with my Disaster Recovery & Storage Service. When it comes to protecting data from loss in the digital world, redundancy is king. This service meets your specific needs by backing up and maintaining a copy of your most important data using multiple transfer methods and storage locations.

Using multiple methods and storage locations prevents a single point of failure which often happens in typical backup solutions over time. For more information, check out my white paper on backup and recovery.

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What kind of devices would you like to get a quote on for a disaster recovery backup?

What kind of data do you require to be secured from loss and or damage? If you have a complicated work environment I.E specific programs installed or custom system settings to make use of your data, you might want to consider backing up all of your system and program data along with your work data to minimize down-time rebuilding an operating environment after a disaster. This does increase the cost of having a larger storage device and a more robust backup solution.

Select all of the data you want secured from loss and/or damage?

Select the storage locations you want your backups to reside. The more locations selected, the less chance of a single point of failure during a recovery. Please be aware that cloud backups are very limited to the amount of data that can be sent to the cloud service at any given time. The length of time to successfully get a full backup to or from the cloud will depend on your size requirements and your connection speed to the internet.

Select how often your data should be backed up if a recovery operation is needed.

Select the schedule in which you want to retain backups. The amount of time a backup is kept is also known as the "retention period." A fairly common policy is to expire your incremental backups after one month and your full backups after four months. With this policy, you can restore any daily file change from the previous month and restore data from full backups for the previous four months. The length of the retention period depends on your own unique requirements and business needs, and perhaps regulatory requirements. However, the length of your retention period is directly proportional to the the size of your storage device. This means that the father back you need to go to retrieve a backup the more storage space that is required and this requirement is on a per device basis.

Any other information I need to know about before I create this quote?

Attach any files that will help me understand the extent of the service that needs to be performed. Any Invoices, or Previous Quotes, or other information about your needs will help.

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