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Published on May 4th, 2016 | by Sunit Nandi

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Data Loss and Data Recovery – Infographic

Today’s age and time is critically dependent on data and data based services. Whether it is documents, social updates, memories (in the form of pictures and videos), news, games, business contracts etc., they all exist as data. Data storage is thereby a important part of life. However, there is always this hairline chance of losing data due to disk failures or human errors. Data recovery can be done by a service agent but the method is often expensive and time-consuming. However, today we have software that let you take regular backups and restore them. Also there are software solutions that let you recover data from a corrupt drive. Both these software options are much easier, cheaper and cause less downtime compared to contacting a service agent.

The following infographic by EaseUS (http://www.easeus.com) discusses about data loss and recovery statistics in an easy to understand form.

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2 Responses to Data Loss and Data Recovery – Infographic

  1. John says:

    Thanks for sharing this. It’s unfortunate that data loss affects so many businesses to the degree that they have to shut down within only 24 months. Seeing the percentage of data loss that’s caused by “unintentional action,” I can’t help but think more companies should be overly thorough on their data protection training to keep human error from affecting their data.

  2. vivek says:

    Companies which are working with huge number of data their should take backup at least weekly or month periods. Really great infograhic,

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