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You should never use the same file or storage solution for your back-up copy of your original or raw data, as the files and storage solution you use for your day-to-day work. While some storage types could be used for both day-to-day and backup, this sections covers the former use case. Backing up of data is covered in a later section below.
  
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== Back-up protocols ==
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== Back-up storage types ==
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== Data retention ==
  
 
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Revision as of 20:29, 24 February 2021

This article discuss different aspects of data storage (such as different types of storage, data back up and data retention). While Data_Security is a very important topic related to data storage, it is not covered in this article as there is a dedicated link for that.


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Data storage types

You should never use the same file or storage solution for your back-up copy of your original or raw data, as the files and storage solution you use for your day-to-day work. While some storage types could be used for both day-to-day and backup, this sections covers the former use case. Backing up of data is covered in a later section below.

The factors that covers

Back-up protocols

Back-up storage types

Data retention

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