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      World Backup Day 2018: The Best Advice and Resources for Protecting Your Business’s Critical Data


      Celebrated since 2011 on March 31, World Backup Day is an annual clarion call to consumers and businesses alike to protect their most important information and data by making secure, accessible copies.

      The call to action has never been more important. The amount of data being produced and stored continues to exponentially grow in the digital era, and not coincidentally, cybersecurity threats are evolving in sophistication and volume.

      So even though backups shouldn’t be a focus just one day a year, especially for businesses, we fully endorse any trending Twitter hashtag that raises awareness.   

      Over the past few years, my colleagues and I at SingleHop’s ThinkIT blog have advocated numerous ways to take control. Below are few of my favorites pieces. If you haven’t read them yet, we hope you learn a thing or two. And if you’d rather just start backing up today, we’ve got a 30-day free trial of one of the best cloud backup services on the market ready and waiting.

      If you’re new to the world of cloud-based backup services, start with my overview of BaaS.

      In this blog, SingleHop’s Director of Solutions Architecture, Paul Painter, outlines the considerations for crafting a backup and retention policy based on business needs and criticality of data. A must read if you’re looking to kick your business continuity strategy up a notch.

      SingleHop’s very own Veeam Vanguard, Eugene K., shares his tips, tricks and go-to tools for calculating and planning storage requirements.

      While we’re already a quarter of the way through 2018, the Veeam-supported backup methods detailed in the this blog provide a great footing for any new World Backup Day resolutions.

      Finally, see how one of our clients transformed their business by implementing a Veeam Cloud Connect solution.

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