The Difference between Regular Backups and Cloud Backups
‘Standard’ backup storage is usually a secondary hard drive or external hard drive which makes a copy of whatever is on your computer system. The backup is used if a computer is broken, corrupted, stolen, or out of service. Unfortunately, standard backup storage is often one copy of the data in the same building as the primary network. This makes the data backup susceptible to both natural and man-made issues such as fire, flood, electrical shortfall etc. Additionally, many standard backup systems require each user to remember to backup their system at regular intervals.