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Backup Battalion Saves World from Intergalactic Data Disasters

THE NEWS BACKUP BATTALION SAVES WORLD from Intergalactic Data Disasters DATA LOSS IS A TICKING TIME BOMB A hard drive crashes every A laptop is stolen every A residential fire MONSTROUS FAILS 15 occurs every 79 seconds 53 seconds seconds NASA T-MOBILE AND MICROSOFT PIXAR APOLLO 11 MOON LANDING ERASED NATIONWIDE PERSONAL DATA LOSS Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20, 1969 TOY STORY 2 DELETED Danger, a Microsoft-owned subsidiary, creators of the Sidekick phone. Someone accidentally ran "rm" delete command on Slow-Scan Television (SSTV) workstation server. recordings were made as a backup in case of any failure of the live television Пи Contacts, Calendars, Photos, etc were all stored Toy Story 2 was saved to the drive and was being erased. broadcasts. on Danger's cloud storage. NASA faced a shortage of data tapes in the early 1980s. To save money, NASA degaussed (magnetically erased) 200,000 tapes to Would take 20-30 people working for 1 year to re-create what was lost. Early in October 2009, re-use them. The SSTV recordings were accidentally erased. users experienced Sidekick service outages. Backups that were made within the last month failed. T-Mobile released With modern technology, the original SSTV recordings would have provided a way to retrieve higher-quality images. statement that all data that Technical Director Galyn was not currently stored on phones had been lost. Susman had a work computer at home with a copy of the film from her maternity leave. SHOCKING! 40% 35% of businesses have lost data due to flawed IT security. of small and medium-sized Data loss costs U.S. businesses don't back up companies an estimated their data. $ 400 million annually 93% 50% of businesses without data of companies that lost their data center for 10+ days due to disaster filed bankruptcy within one year. management for 10+ days due to disaster filed bankruptcy immediately. HEROES FIGHT COMMON REASONS FOR DATA LOSS Hardware Human Error Failure Theft 9% (40% 29% SUBWAY Software Corruption 13% Computer Viruses 6% EXIT Destruction 3% (floods, fires, etc) 43% There are approximately of PC users will lose important data due to a computer crash each year 1.1 billion personal computers worldwide More than the population U.S. o t 310.6 million in the United States (313.9 million) That's 473 million unhappy people every year! JOIN THE BACKUP BATTALION • AND FIGHT THESE COMMON MISTAKES 1 2 BACKUPS ARE NOT CHECKED BACKUP DRIVE SPACE FULL Automated processes sometimes fail over time. Less intelligent forms of automated backup may not alert you. 4 SOFTWARE RUNNING 3 WHILE SCHEDULED BACKUP RUNS MISSING FOLDERS/FILES Double check the Software and/or processes running can prevent files from being copied. correct files are being copied during backup. SINGLE STORAGE LOCATIONS NO BACKUP SCHEDULE Accidents rarely happen on timely schedules. Plan for the worst and Theft, fire, flood, lightning, etc can destroy all data and backups if stored in one location. always be prepared. SOURCES Online Backup 0O Geeks

Backup Battalion Saves World from Intergalactic Data Disasters

shared by EdwardCloudsworth on May 03
In a world where a residential fire occurs every 79 seconds, a laptop is stolen every 53 seconds and a hard drive crashes every 15 seconds, citizens are crying out for help. Do not fear, the Backup Ba...




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