By now you have realized that some kind of plan is needed to safeguard your data, and, like most people, you are overwhelmed by the prospect. Entire books, as well as countless articles and white papers, have been written on the subject of backing up and restoring data. What makes the topic so complex is that each solution is truly individual.
Yet, the proper approach to making the decision is very straightforward. You start the process by asking the following:
• What data must be safeguarded?
• How often does the data change?
The answers to these two questions determine how important the data is, determine the volume of the data, and determine the frequency of the backups. This in turn determines the ...