Data loss happens all the time — in 2012, when Hurricane Sandy affected a large portion of coastal New Jersey and New York, thousands of businesses reeled from the storm’s devastating floods. Any number of other calamities — fire, structural damage, extended power outages — can also have similarly negative effects.
Which brings us to a pertinent data loss-related topic: the failure of hard drives, computers, or servers. Lucky for you, we have put together a list of 7 tips that can help you get your critical business data on the road to recovery should a natural or man-made disaster strike. Some may seem like common sense, but others may come as a major surprise.