Assume you work for a small, one-office loan business. Your data is critical, and a fire or other disaster could destroy all of your computer files. This not only could result in not knowing who owes you what, but could also result in hefty penalties from state and federal agencies that oversee loan regulations.
What steps would you suggest your employer take to "best" protect the company's data?
The most common backup procedure among businesses is the use of an Ups (Uninterruptible Power Supply) unit to guard against a sudden unexpected power surge, an Ups will allow an operator enough time to finalize the current transaction, save the data to disk before a complete system shut down takes place.
Steps to protect the company's data are included.