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Synchronization and update data

Refers to the processes of ensuring that multiple copies of data are kept in sync and up-to-date across different systems, platforms, and devices. This involves constantly comparing and updating data to ensure that all copies are consistent and accurate, and resolving any discrepancies that may occur.

  • Data Consistency: The property of data being accurate and up-to-date across all copies and systems.
  • Update Frequency: The rate at which data is updated, which can range from real-time to daily or weekly.
  • Conflict Resolution: The process of identifying and resolving discrepancies between different copies of data, such as when multiple users attempt to modify the same data simultaneously.
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Automated and manual backups.

Refers to the processes of creating and storing copies of data to ensure that it can be recovered in the event of data loss, corruption, or other issues. Automated backups are created automatically at regular intervals using software, while manual backups are created manually by an individual.

  • Data Recovery: The process of restoring data from a backup in the event of data loss, corruption, or other issues.
  • Backup Frequency: The rate at which backups are created, which can range from real-time to daily or weekly.
  • Backup Storage: The location where backups are stored, which can be on-premises, in the cloud, or on physical storage media such as tapes or external hard drives.
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Back up data Local, Cloud or Hybrid.

Refers to the different methods of storing backup data to ensure its availability and accessibility in case of data loss, corruption, or other issues. Local backups are stored on physical storage media such as hard drives or tapes, cloud backups are stored on remote servers managed by a cloud provider, and hybrid backups use a combination of local and cloud storage.

  • Data Availability: The ability to access and recover data in the event of data loss, corruption, or other issues.
  • Backup Storage: The location where backups are stored, which can be on-premises, in the cloud, or a combination of both.
  • Data Security: The measures taken to protect backup data from unauthorized access, theft, or other security threats, such as encryption, access control, and physical security.
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Disaster Data Recovery.

Refers to the process of restoring data and IT systems in the event of a disaster, such as a natural disaster, cyber attack, or hardware failure. This involves creating and maintaining backup data, as well as having a plan in place to quickly recover data and systems in the event of a disaster.

  • Data Recovery: The process of restoring data from backup in the event of data loss, corruption, or other issues.
  • Disaster Planning: The process of creating a plan to quickly recover data and systems in the event of a disaster, including the identification of critical data and systems, the creation of backup data, and the testing of disaster recovery procedures.
  • Business Continuity: The ability of an organization to continue operations even in the event of a disaster, by quickly recovering data and systems and minimizing the impact on business operations.
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Data Accessibility.

Refers to the ease with which data can be retrieved, used, and shared. This may involve designing data storage systems and networks that are user-friendly and allow users to easily find and access the data they need, as well as ensuring that data is stored in a format that is compatible with the tools and applications used to access and analyze it. The goal of data accessibility is to make data usable and valuable to organizations and individuals by enabling them to access and use it quickly and easily.

  • Data Retrieval: The process of finding and accessing data stored in a computer or other storage system.
  • Data Usability: The ease with which data can be used and shared.
  • Data Compatibility: The ability of data to be stored and used in a format that is compatible with the tools and applications used to access and analyze it.
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Data Security.

Refers to the measures taken to protect sensitive or confidential information from unauthorized access, theft, or other security threats. This may involve using encryption, firewalls, and other security technologies to protect data in transit and at rest, as well as implementing security policies and procedures to ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive information. The goal of data security is to maintain the privacy and integrity of data and prevent unauthorized access, theft, or other security incidents.

  • Data Protection: Measures taken to protect sensitive or confidential information from unauthorized access, theft, or other security threats.
  • Encryption: The process of encoding data to prevent unauthorized access or theft.
  • Firewall: A security technology that monitors and controls incoming and outgoing network traffic, protecting a computer or network from unauthorized access and other security threats.
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