Backup and disaster recovery are oftentimes lumped into a single term and while they do go hand in hand its important to note the differences between the two backup is the process of creating one or multiple copies of existing data which is commonly replicated in another location. Building your disaster recovery plan and implementing consistent data backups is essential to protect your business but you mustnt stop there in order to adequately respond during a crisis and be able to recover critical data and systems you must perform tests and reassess your plan regularly making changes and updates as needed. As part of your disaster recovery strategy assess the resilience of both the hardware and software in your organisation and see if there are any areas for improvement failover connectivity. Fcs focus only on backup and disaster recovery which means we can take a standpoint that is independent and not influenced by other areas of your it solutions here we share a few insights in areas we regularly experience backup and dr documentation isnt available when primary systems are offline before the recovery process can be started the backup solution needs to be brought online at . The next step of this disaster recovery policy is to re secure the data including existing files and recovered files by making a backup i advise you to do a full backup at first and then you can choose from incremental backup and differential backup the next time this is a safe bet
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