Many parts of day-to-day life are increasingly driven by data, a fact that impacts most of us on both a personal and a professional level. While the Information Age has created unprecedented opportunities and levels of efficiency in our lives, it does present us with one serious challenge: the need to safeguard the very data that makes these advances possible.
Losing files is unacceptable
Data can be lost in a variety of ways. Files may become corrupted and unusable because of a virus or worm; alternatively, they can be rendered useless by applications or the operating system itself should something unexpected occur in their internal workings. Entire hard drives can “crash”, rendering all of the data they contain inaccessible. Read more