‘Ordinary’ business life may have changed beyond recognition right now, but regardless of ongoing economic uncertainties, external threats and even the global pandemic, one thing remains a constant – we have to keep our companies’ data, safe.
So, while backups may not be top of an organisation’s digital transformation agenda, and they may not excite CTOs and heads of innovation, they will keep senior management teams awake at night if they fail to protect the information a business relies on the most.
It is perhaps for this very reason, that a recent article in Solutions Review encouraged firms to go back to basics – stressing that ‘2021 needs to be all about backups’. Because without a ‘plan B’ in the event of the unexpected, how can you maintain business continuity?
One of the simplest but most crucial layer’s in an organisation’s armour, a robust backup ensures you’re resilient – it effortlessly swings into action when you need it most, so you can just keep doing what you need to.
It must be trusted though, which is why, at Vapour, we only partner with the best – Veeam.
They asked 1,500 IT pros around the world what would drive them to switch their backup, and the most common responses were:
So, what if we could tick each of these five boxes?
Commenting on what to look for in the perfect backup, Vapour’s lead technical engineer Jason Fenwick said: “We know it can feel like a minefield, selecting a backup that isn’t just on-budget and fit for purpose right now, but that is agile enough to support businesses with the myriad of data storage and security challenges they may face in the future.
“But A, it needn’t be that difficult; B, we’ll speak in plain English about the backup solution that’s right for you; and C, it’s extremely important that you get this right.”
Recognising that some organisations are still putting off switching their backup, we’ve launched an extra incentive for Q1, which includes 50% off deals. Take a look at our business continuity bundles to find out more, or contact us if you would like to chat things through in person.