In the days and weeks following the outbreak of the WannaCry Ransomware virus, and with the new threat of the vicious GoldenEye Ransomware attack, DB Computer Solutions – as well as many IT service organisations around the world – were inundated with cries for help.
In some cases, users of even the most sophisticated IT systems were completely locked out of critical applications. Some had lost irreplaceable data – including all financial data. Some organisations have to rebuild their IT systems from scratch.
Yet if they had developed a Backup and Recovery process many of these victims would have the resources they needed right at their fingertips to get back up and running quickly.
BACKUP-TO-THE-CLOUD PROTECTION WITH SAGE 50C
Sage 50c Backup-to-the-Cloud automatically backs up your vital accounting data on a daily basis. With Sage 50c, you have the control you need to protect irreplaceable financial information.
SET IT AND FORGET IT
The backup routine is easy to use.
- Choose when you want to backup your data
- Fill in the options on the screen, click save, and forget about it
- Complete peace of mind – you know your data is automatically saved
- Never again forget to backup your Accounting data
- Data is fully encrypted – it can only be accessed by authorised personnel
USE AS PART OF A COMPREHENSIVE BACKUP AND RESTORE PROCESS
While your accounting data may be backed up into the Sage hybrid cloud, we recommend that you continue parallel backup routines to other external sources (such as external hard drives) as part of a comprehensive process.
We hope you’ll remember: a belts and braces approach is the best way to protect your vital Accounting Data.
DB Computer Solutions can help your organisation. Find out how by visiting our web pages: Sage 50c, Sage 50, Backup and Recovery, and Sage Training from DB Computer Solutions. Or contact us now: email@example.com, telephone 061 480 980
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