Backup or Archiving?
Here’s why you want to consider both
While backup and archiving are often talked about in the same breath, they both play a unique role in protecting the organization and keeping its data safe. So which solution is best for you? Modern workplaces are finding that they need both
Backups provide you with a copy of your current or recent data that you can use to recover if data has been maliciously or accidentally deleted. Whereas archiving is a repository of immutable data that needs to be stored over a period of time. In other words, backups are for recovery and archive is for discovery. These two solutions complement each other to keep your organization and its data safe from internal and external risks.