Everyone stores data in the cloud. You might not fully understand it the cloud, but if you upload documents on Google Docs, send and receive emails through Gmail or O365, use Dropbox to share files, or post pictures or comments on Facebook or Instagram, then you are storing data in the cloud.
Now, I have some bad news for you. Storing your data in the cloud doesn’t automatically mean it’s secure and protected. Most people think cloud storage and cloud backup are the same, but there’s a big difference between the two. Cloud storage STORES your data, while cloud backup protects your data and makes it possible to recover if you experience hardware failures, natural disasters, file deletion, data loss, human error, or Ransomware. That’s why your business needs an effective cloud backup solution.
If your concerned about the security and recoverability of your data, stay tuned for a Webinar we are hosting on October 10th from 10:00-10:30am, titled: “Is Your Cloud Data REALLY Backed Up? Find Out How You Can Protect and Secure Your Confidential Information”. Check out the video below to learn more about the webinar. To register, go to www.connectability.com/cloudbackup