How To Store Data On Dropbox And Box Simultaneously
Lawyers deal with confidential client data and sensitive firm data on a daily basis. Much of this information is essential to the outcome of cases and if you store contracts and other legal documents, it can be disastrous if data loss were to wipe out some or all of these files. If a hacker is able to gain unauthorized access to your cloud account, he may just delete random files for the fun of it. He could wipe out the entire account. If you have a legal aide or other employee that you recently had to fire or discipline, and they have access to the cloud account, they could decide to get revenge by deleting files and documents.
Some clients have been wrongly accused of violating the cloud service's ToS. Sometimes the data has even been unrecoverable. Even if the account is restored, it can take days or weeks. During this time you will not have access to your data. But if you have a secondary copy of your data in a backup account, you can simply switch to that account and continue working uninterrupted until the issues with the main account are worked out.
Once you have the replication set up through cloudHQ, disaster can strike and you will be completely protected from any data loss because you have a complete secondary copy of all of your files and documents. Restoration is quick so there is minimal interruption even if all of your data gets completely wiped out.
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