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Common backup blunders – how even the smallest error can cost you your data

We all know backup is important, which is why most organisations ensure they have sufficient backup in place. After all, data is valuable and needs to be protected. But having the right backup is only part of the solution; the rest is up to the policies in place and the people who use it.  Instances of data loss due to simple human error are more common that you might think. Often, the error is discovered and fixed before any real harm can be done, leaving little behind save for some embarrassment or a funny story to tell at after-work drinks. However, despite lingering awkwardness, the following examples of real life blunders serve as reminders of how a little mistake can have a major impact

Read the article over at MyBroadband here.


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