Disaster strikes without notice, whether it comes in the form of power shortages, disk errors, hackers, physical destruction or accidental deletion. Data loss can occur in the workplace for any number of reasons, so it's prudent to back up your vital data consistently. Data backup is your first line of defense against data loss. Data recovery is always possible when it comes to drive failures or accidental loss, but it can be expensive and is not always guaranteed to recover all your data.
Data backup software is an application used to create a duplicate copy of data to safeguard it and enable recovery in the event it is lost, corrupted or infected by malware.Regular backup to a separate location is advised for home, small office home office (SOHO), small and midsize businesses (SMBs), and enterprise business environments. Storage devices such as hard drives and NAND flash-based solid-state drives (SSDs) can fail. Data can also be lost through human error, natural disaster, power outages, and other adverse or catastrophic events. Data can generally be backed up in any operating system (OS) without the use of specialized software. A user could copy files from the hard drive to a secondary storage device such as an external disk.
Data backup software can simplify the task. Paths to data can be numerous and confusing, but backup software has a built-in understanding of the folder structures. Automatic backup may occur on a schedule or upon connection to a designated backup drive. Automating the process saves administrative time and prevents the possibility that the task will be forgotten. Automatic backup software may use dates on files, file types, and specified and common default folders -- such as the user folders in Windows -- to identify data for backup. Users can also outsource backup as a service, which is typically provided as cloud backup.
Enterprise data backup software makes an administrator's job easier and saves time and resources. The backup software protects file system and application data. Capabilities in enterprise backup software often include centralized management, scheduling, reporting and monitoring. Backup products generally use deduplication and compression to reduce backup size. Many data backup software packages also use encryption to protect sensitive data. Backup software may work differently with physical and virtual servers. Some backup software works with hypervisor application programming interfaces (APIs) to initiate virtual machine (VM) snapshots and send the VM snapshots to the backup server.
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