When was the last time you tested the RESTORE part of your data backup and restore process?

Making a disaster recovery plan may be a headache for IT techs, but it becomes a nightmare when data that was assumed to be secure failed to back up in the first place.

Backup failures take place far too often but can be avoided by testing the data restoration process before disaster strikes. When deciding how often to test the restoration process, the determining factor is the volume of data.

For individual files, a weekly restoration test is wise. On a monthly basis, it is prudent to test large sections of data. Finally, a full system restoration test should be conducted twice a year. By testing at multiple stages, you can uncover and solve any unforeseen issues before they threaten to destroy your business.

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