How to survive a data disaster

09/21/2011 | Small Business Trends

All of a company's data is important, but businesses need to identify their most critical data to be prepared for crises, writes Jennifer Walzer of BUMI. "If disaster strikes, you want to make sure you can access the most critical data immediately," she writes. Companies make a number of mistakes when it comes to data protection, including failing to test their backups and not planning ahead, she adds.

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