We do backups because we know we have to – in case we lose the primary versions of data and/or the systems that create and manage that data.
It could just be that the original gets accidentally deleted or changed; however, the possibility of system failure will be a top priority for many. That could be anything from a disk crash on a user’s device to a datacentre crushed by a meteorite.
When such a failure happens, it is not just data that needs restoring, but the full working environment; in other words, disaster recovery.
Backup and disaster recovery are not directly interchangeable terms; but disaster recovery is not possible without backup in the first place. Disaster recovery is having the tested wherewithal to get systems restored and running as quickly as possible, including the associated data.
Backup and Disaster recovery solutions are implemented on critical network environments by microsolutions expert team for backup and disaster recovery using below major vendors but not limited to.