Back up Issues


WFL offers back-up issues or copies of print and/ or electronic versions of books, chapters, journals or articles. Data backup and recovery are on-going areas of development. Stay ahead of the learning curve with the help of this fast growing resource guide. Please refer to main pages of each product to select suitable title and details.

Data Backup and recovery articles, books, chapters can help you navigate your way through the process of backing up and recovering any mission data. In this backup and recovery resource guide, learn about the most important data backup topics available in this website, only.

Data is generally regarded as a company's most valuable asset -right on par with people. Equally important with backing up data is the ability to recover that same data and recover it timely to keep your business up and running.

It's hard to jump feet first into backup if you don't know the basics.

  1. Many storage and backup administers often confuse data backup with data archiving. But the two are separate functions and should be treated as such.
  2. The most common backup types are a full backup, incremental backup and differential backup. Other backup types include synthetic full backups, mirroring, reverse incremental and continuous data protection .
  3. Online data backup is becoming a popular alternative to tape-based backup. In this expert response, learn if online backup services are ready for enterprises.
  4. Data backup is just as important to small businesses as it is to larger enterprises.

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