Information is the lifeblood of any company; how reliable is your storage and backup system?
Once upon a time, storage and backup meant folders and servers. Today many more options are available with much of it occurring off site through cloud storage options, such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Box and more.
But many people still use personal storage devices even though the material needs to be accessible to other team members at work. The reason? They just consider it easier.
But the beauty of universal storage is its convenience; people can have access to what they need when and where they need it. And they have the security of knowing where their data is and that it’s being backed up.
Our free download, “The Manager’s Guide: Tips for Buying Storage and Backup Technology,” discusses:
- The pros and cons of whether to store data on the premises or in the cloud
- What types of data should be stored
- The 3 critical questions to ask about disaster recovery
- How to justify the expense to various C-level executives
- What to include in your RFP
Keep your data safe and accessible. Download your copy of “Tips for Buying Storage and Backup Technology” today.