Six Data Protection Tips for SMBs
sponsored by Double-Take Software

Just like major corporations, small and midsize businesses (SMBs) are increasingly reliant on the critical data stored on their servers. Limited resources and vulnerability to interruptions put small and midsize businesses at higher risk, and relying on native backup for a small business server can leave gaps in the disaster recovery plan. While native backup for Windows Small Business Server provides a small measure of protection, periodic tape backup can leave small businesses vulnerable to data and time loss in quantities they cannot afford. The key to getting back on track quickly is a comprehensive disaster recovery plan, including fast access to an up-to-the-minute copy of your data. This whitepaper provides six tips for an SMB approach to protecting critical data. These tips used in conjunction with Double-Take Availability from Double-Take Software can help SMBs defend against crippling downtime and data loss.
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