What to Consider When Switching to Cloud Backup

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July 12th, 2013 By:

Cloud backup offers a number of key advantages over traditional on-premise backup solutions. You use less hardware, need less security, and can often get a number of additional enterprise-level features for a lower price. Nevertheless, there are still many important issues you might want to consider before you decide to send your backups to the cloud.

No backup solution is without its down sides. When it comes to cloud solutions, however, you will need to consider different factors than you would for in-house backups. Once you have ironed out those issues, you should be on your way to secure and efficient backups.


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