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Confucius once said... “In the world there are many different roads but the destination is the same.” While we’re quite certain he wasn’t talking about backup and recovery of your workstations, servers and data, there is an application in there somewhere. There are many ways to provide backup of your most precious data and devices – and they all lead to the same destination – an ability to recover. But are they all the same? Let’s look at two general types of backup and discover whether the “destination” is truly the same – Local and Cloud. You’re already familiar with local backups – you most likely use them every day. They could be tape or disk-based, utilizing expensive hardware that needs to be refreshed, and are really only useful for on-premise restores (meaning, in the event of a disaster that requires recovery off-site, you’re either going to need to physically move the backup system to the new site or you’re simply out of luck). Then there’s cloud backups. They provide high availability and redundancy at
We always recommend business grade equipment and software. A client this week experienced a very slow network. After our techs worked on their systems remotely, we needed to dispatch a tech onsite. After spending a few minutes on their network, we quickly found it was a hidden consumer grade wireless wifi unit causing havoc on their network. The business owner was very happy to have the unit replaced with a enterprise grade access point. Case in point to use business grade equipment installed by experienced technicians.