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How to recover from data corruption issues
When data goes bad, there’s seemingly no way out. Corrupted databases, inaccessible folders, and text files of gobbledygook―hours or days of work are gone.
- If you’re using local-only or sub-par cloud backup, you’ll likely find more of the same. These services typically back up your latest files, and aren’t necessarily equipped to restore an earlier, uncorrupted version of your data.
- That’s the situation two business owners face in our infographic, Protecting Your Data from Everyday Calamities.
- When a customer proposal goes bad, business owners Visionary Veronica and Complacent Carl face very different fates. Find out how managed backup saves the day for one lucky business owner.
- Want to start faster? Give us a call.
Wilmington Health reached out to us for strategic direction on their storage, backup, archive, disaster recovery, and business continuity. We engaged our Virtual CIO (vCIO) service and we delivered for all of their locations across the region.
Manuel Lloyd has acted in a vCIO capacity for Wilmington Health for several months and has provided invaluable leadership and strategic direction for us.
Mission Statement: Wilmington Health is committed to using collaborative, evidence-based medicine in providing the highest quality of care to the patients we serve.
Since 1971, Wilmington Health has been committed to providing TRUE Care to our community in Wilmington and Southeastern North Carolina. Physician-owned primary care and multi-specialty medical practice, Wilmington Health provides a comprehensive, coordinated, and collaborative approach to healthcare, using evidence-based medicine to achieve the highest quality care possible to the patients we serve.