Types of Backup Data
Backup data is an important activity that is usually done by anyone, especially for business owners and employees to anticipate losing data that is caused by human errors, viruses, and hackers. This problem is unpredictable so you must always be careful to save your data in computer or laptop. You can back up their data through various Medias, like external hard drive, optical disc, floppy disc, or online backup service that is offered on the internet, like My PC Backup that provides various features like Sync Multiple Device, Mobile Access, Share File, and File Protection.
If you want to back up your data, you should know that backup data has three types:
- Full Backup
Full back up is backing up all data to other Medias, like external hard drive or online backup. To do full back up, you need to spend many times and have big capacities but its result data that is backed up is fast to open or operate and easy to restore.
- Incremental Backup
Incremental backup is backing up all changing data from the last time you did full backup. The best parts of this backup are you just need to a short time, small capacity data, and small data storage to back up your data but this backup make you need more times to restore your data.
- Mirror Backup
Mirror backup is like full backup but data cannot be protected by password and done compaction by .tar, or .zip format. This backup is the fastest back up type because you don’t need to do compaction anymore but you need a big enough storage to save your backup data.
By backing up your data, you get some benefits, like you don’t need to panic when you lose your data and spend your money and time to download or get data that you need from other people or internet. Hopefully, this information can help you to determine what types of backup data that you need.
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