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Backup Best Practices in Action – The Backup Bible Part 2

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The Backup Bible is an ambitious project produced by Altaro and written by Microsoft MVP
Eric Siron that aims to be the definite guide to backup and disaster recovery for companies
of all sizes.
The first eBook in the series was published earlier this year and focused on how to create a
robust backup strategy including the key stakeholders you’ll need to deal with and the
questions you’ll need to ask yourself to prepare yourself for a potential data loss event.

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Part 2 – Backup Best Practices in Action – follows on from this starting point explaining how
to implement this strategy and showing the reader what secure backup looks like on a day-
to-day basis.

The eBook is focused on providing practical implementation using actionable steps in each
section providing the reader with the knowledge to bring the theory to life. It covers:

  • Choosing the Right Backup and Recovery Software
  • Setting and Achieving Backup Storage Targets
  • Securing and Protecting Backup Data
  • Defining Backup Schedules
  • Monitoring, Testing, and Maintaining Systems
  • And More!

The Backup Bible is an essential resource for anyone who manages data on a daily basis. For
any business, data is your lifeline. A significant data loss can cause irreparable damage.
Every company must ask itself - is our data properly protected?
You can download both part 1 and part 2 for free right now! The final part of the series, on
disaster recovery, will be released later this year. By accessing the available parts, you’ll
automatically receive the final eBook direct to your inbox when it is released later this year!

What are you waiting for? Get your eBook now!

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