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Backup

Backup

There are a number of backup types and terms used when it comes to backups of your digital content. Below are the most common types of backup with a brief explanation of their meaning.


Full Backup

Full backup is a method where all the files and folders selected is placed on another drive for safekeeping.  When subsequent backups are performing, all the files are rewriting where the previous saved files are located.

Incremental backup

A full backup only happens the first time, than every back after only updates the changes of the files. this allow faster backups. The backup uses less storage space but restores slower. 

Differential backup

A full backup only happens the first time, subsequent backup runs are the changes made since the last full backup. The restore is faster than Incremental Backup. 

Mirror Backup

Mirror backups are just like a normal mirror on a wall, every file is dublicated to match the file on the drive. if a file is deleted on a drive, the file is also deleted on the backup. Files deleted are save up to 30 days.

Full Backup

Is a complete picture backup, the way you had your computer, the way the backup is going is going to restore it.

Local Backup

A backup done in the same building, or room saved on a USB, external drive, or server for easy access.

Offsite Backup

Data is saved away from the office, home, or area to better protect the data from floods, earthquake, or any other disaster.

Online Backup

Data is sent through the internet and saved on a server away from the location for safety. The data relied on the internet connection and the backup is consent depending on the settings giving my the user.

Remote Backup

Data is saved in another location where you can get access to it for restoring your device wherever your device is.

Cloud Backup

The same as Remote backup

FTP Backup

Another form of offsite backup (File Transfer Protocol), usually uses a software that needs to be done manually.