Do you have a backup copy of your data that is no more than 30 days old?
While it is always important to have a backup, you must recognise that the more recent the backup is, the better it will be for your business. A backup copy of your data that is less than 30 days old is the minimum for any recovery plan. Backups could be placed on a USB drive, in another folder on your system, online, at home or at another site.
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6. Disaster Recovery Replicas
When you want instant Disaster Recovery, think DR replica virtual machines.
Confirming Your Backup Retention Requirements
Old data is a waste of space, this is why it’s important to understand how long you need to retain data from both a technical standpoint and a legal standpoint. Legally your business will need to keep financial records for the ATO for 5 years, you can use their tool to understand what other financial data needs to be keep: https://www.ato.gov.au/Calculators-and-tools/Record-keeping-evaluation/
Be sure to research your industry authorities and ensure you understand your obligations, you can also contact ICTAA and for further information.