The survey further shows that:
29.41% have no IT administrators in-house or a possibility to hire one.
19.23% look for data management tools to handle all data maintenance on site and from a single interface, with minimal involvement.
23.53% back up data manually.
76.47% back up data automatically.
50% prefer to store data physically and virtually.
20% do not conduct daily backups.
42.86% of those who do not back up daily indicated that the reason is that it's not an efficient use of their time.
21.54% said reliability is the most important factor in data backup tools.
Full survey results are available at: http://www.paragon-software.com/survey_results.html.
Paragons survey reinforces what we are seeing that 41.18% of small businesses do not have dedicated IT staff. SMBs need an affordable and reliable data management and maintenance tool to manage data and prevent any data loss.
Small businesses are key players in regional economies. Many small business entrepreneurs are experts in what they do but start a business without any training or experience in IT management practices. As a result of inadequate IT management, small businesses experience data loss and, consequently, fail in the early years as a business. According to a report by
Paragon Hard Disk Manager 12 Business addresses SMBs' backup, recovery and storage maintenance needs through advanced enterprise-level functionality and attractive pricing models. The tool enables SMBs to handle all data management tasks on-site and from a single interface. Successfully used by thousands of small businesses around the globe, the product is an all-in-one data management tool with automated, advanced maintenance, backup and recovery functionality. Paragon Hard Disk Manager 12 Business has been developed especially with the objective to help small businesses fulfill their IT management tasks entirely by themselves at the minimal cost, offering them the most reliable IT tool and supporting their growth.
This online survey was conducted by
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