Batteries are Forever. A Battery Backup for Your Server is Essential

You don’t have to be James Bond to secure your business data, though you might feel like a badass when you protect your data from a space laser made out of diamonds controlled by an evil tycoon data corruption.

Installing a battery backup, also known as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), for your network/server is one of the most important things you can do to protect your data. A UPS provides power to your server in the event of a power outage. It gives you a few crucial extra minutes of server run-time in order to properly shut down all of your equipment and start up an alternate power source, like a backup generator (if you have one). Without a battery backup, you run the risk of corrupted data, as well as lost time and money.

In addition to providing protection in the event of a power outage, most UPS devices also help protect your server against damage and data loss from power surges.

So, get out there and save the world from potential data corruption and loss!