What is Data Storage Management?
Learn more about why Data Management is essential to business continuity
Computer data, like physical documents, are susceptible to damage. In fact, digital media is perhaps comparatively more vulnerable to destruction than its tangible counterpart. This is because it is not only affected by physical hardware damage, but also corruption that can occur seemingly without any reason or warning. It is unfortunate that the reality of digital information storage is that it will perhaps never be immune to these inherent risks, due to its nature of construction. Data management is therefore essential to company security.
In the corporate world, loss of company information can often be a major blow, whether it be previous project archives, financial data, or important client information. In such an event, recovery of the company’s information becomes wholly reliant on the prearranged protocols that were established. If such strategies were poorly set up or ignored entirely, the destroyed data could be lost forever. Therefore, anticipatory data storage management strategies are absolutely essential for the protection of a company’s information. Historically, ignoring data storage protocols can lead to devastating effects on business continuity in the event of ransomware attacks, cryptovirus infections, and malware attacks.
GigE provides a wide variety of data management services, which are able to cover all bases when it comes to data protection. These range from the local backup of important files on locally kept external hard drives, to the provision of cloud-based remote storage for your company at our secure and stable location. Our expert technicians have over 30 years of experience working in IT backup strategies. We help you audit, design, and maintain your data backup protocols. With 24/7 monitoring and daily backups, you can rest easily knowing that your data is safe in our secure data centers. Call +1 888 366 4443 to get started with us today, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org