Usually, you are not very aware of the risks of losing your information and how to avoid them. Most common reasons for data loss have to do with your daily work and how to save, store and manage your information.
ACCIDENTAL FILE DELETION
Data loss by deleting files or databases, without having any backup available is so common that even perceived as a real risk. Update or delete files, are very common activities and are made almost every day. No wonder then if you accidentally delete files or override it the parties we do not intend.
HARMFUL VIRUSES AND MALWARE
There are many new viruses that attack every day. Be connected to the network has its advantages, but also an inherent risk of exposure to many serious risks. Damage can be very different, but most viruses affect operating software and damages the stored data. There are various types of viruses and sometimes, data loss is just a side effect of any major damage to your system operating. The most dangerous damages are attacks aimed at stealing business data. Imagine the value of customer databases, technical inventions, and industrial information essential for making history or financial transactions of enterprises. Where monetary values, there is also a strong interest to acquire this information. However, if viruses or malware damage the equipment, you can install the operating system and programs easily if you have installation disks available. The same applies to the original data, have backups of your data so that they are available in case of attack can recover your information quickly to keep operating.
Hard drives are the most important part of a computer; break more often than any other device connected to the computer. There are so many moving parts inside hard drives are not surprising that damage easily. There are some ways to recover data from defective hard drives, but is expensive and there is no guarantee that a provider of such services can fully recover important data. Can you afford to lose the data stored on the hard disk every five years?
Backup regularly provided help with hardware problems. Allowing the opportunity to take the latest data from the secure storage and continue using it after any hardware failures.
There are two adverse effects of power failures. Imagine writing a long article and have not saved yet, it is perhaps the simplest example, but imagine that work is with sophisticated databases or creating very detailed graphic illustrations.
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Do you understand what that means back to zero or lose several hours? Work. Another problem can arise even deeper when outages affect operating systems or hardware;
Shutting down a server suddenly without proper closure procedures can cause problems with the operating system to restart sudden changes in voltage they can damage many parts of your computer.
Most problems can be solved by changing the power supply, but there is also a possibility of damaging other parts that are very sensitive to changes in voltage and strong magnetic fields. It’s not very difficult to change some parts of damaged hardware due to power failures, but what occurs if you lose your complete data because of an interruption power? You trust me; you will feel better and safer if you make regular backups and keep in a safe place.
THEFT OF EQUIPMENT
It’s a real tragedy of losing equipment and data simultaneously. There is always the danger of theft of electronic devices. While computer or server can be expensive, it should be noted that often the data stored on hard disks are much more valuable.
Losing the equipment can be less painful; whether a backup strategy appropriate data is used and the data is maintained in a secure storage, recover their data will be very simple.
SPILLING COFFEE OR OTHER LIQUID DAMAGE
Since the use of laptops has grown in recent years, the damage caused by the spill drinks on computers has become frequent as well. Liquids cause a short circuit of the important electronic components, and these are very difficult to recover later. Accidents of this type or exposure to humid environments often cause loss of data stored on the hard disk. Go safe and back up data, provides a full guarantee that will not lose your data for these reasons.
ACCIDENTS, FIRES, AND EXPLOSIONS
Explosions occur rarely, but the fire completely destroys both a computer and the data stored on it. The fire is also dangerous for backups that are stored in the same physical location. For example, have weekly backups stored on an external hard drive that is kept in the same building doesn’t help much if the building is on fire? The safest practice fire is to make regular backups and keep them in another location. We can lose data, mainly because we do not have adequate procedures to workflow or backup strategies. More efficient for labor saving and backup procedures regularly certainly it saves us a lot of time and worry.
If you have sensitive information, avoid risk it is always better to turn to specialists in information Retrieval, TCS-Computers have the resources, equipment, expertise and knowledge to help you solve the various cases that may arise from having failures storage devices.