Troubleshooting Backup Routines
Backup routines are the lifeblood of information technology. Protecting an organization’s data is a computer professional’s highest priority. Whether it’s hackers, disgruntled or confused users, a fire or flood, hardware failure or just thunderstorms threatening the information you’re charged with protecting, a solid backup routine is at least a best practice if not a best defense against potential data loss.
Review and troubleshoot problematic backups using this checklist from TechRepublic Premium.
From the download:
Review your backup rotation strategy, too, to ensure it’s not setting you up for a fall. Many organizations opt to complete a normal backup each week and take the tape or removable hard disk (such as an external USB drive) offsite.
The download comprises an eight-page PDF and Word document.
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