Whether it's Mother's Day, Veteran's Day, or Administrative Professional's Day, we like to assign days to remind us to pay attention to important things. World Backup Day is no different. Started a few years ago by a group of Redditors, World Backup Day is primarily aimed at reminding people to protect their digital lives with backups.
Many of us in IT would benefit from reminders to test backups, too. But there's a litany of additional items IT has to stay on top of to keep operations running smoothly and to aid recovery when disaster strikes. Along with ensuring that backups are made and frequently tested, here are five details you might not think about every day. Consider using this awareness day to double-check that you have all your ducks in a row, not just your backups.
1. Software media and licenses
If an application needs to be reinstalled following a restore, do you have the media readily available? What about the licensing?
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