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Your data is irreplaceable. If you don't have copies of your files, a system or disk failure can be devastating.

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How you can lose your data

Human error

Carelessness or lack of knowledge are the most common causes of data loss

Disk failure

In the event of a disk failure, you're unlikely to recover more than 40% of your data

Malware attack

Backup is the only reliable means of data recovery after a ransomware attack

Destruction

Computers and other devices can easily be damaged or destroyed

Theft

Laptops, tablets, USB sticks and portable hard drives are easy to steal

System failure

Even a 'minor' system error can result in the total loss of your data

Cost of data loss

140,000

hard drives fail in the United States each week

60%

of SMBs that lose their data will shut down within six months

$141

is the average cost per lost or stolen record

How to protect your data

  • Store your data in two separate locations. If one server fails, your data will remain safe
  • Make sure your file transfer takes place via the SSL transmission protocol
  • All data should be encrypted using the same AES 256 algorithm that banks rely on to secure financial transactions

Take steps now to keep your data secure 

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Back up, synchronize and share your data quickly, easily and securely