Windows 10 PCs can now be backed up to the cloud by Azure Backup service

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Backing up data may be the one piece of advice everyone knows but most people don’t follow. Microsoft is making it easier for companies to protect valuable data and prevent data loss. With Azure, companies can back up their files and folders automatically and not worry about storage limits. Predicting data loss is nearly impossible but many companies still don’t have reliable back up systems.
IT staff can manage Azure backups and make it easy to ensure all data is securely backed up to the cloud. By giving companies the flexibility to schedule their backups freely peak times can be avoided and network traffic shouldn’t suffer. Simply grab the Azure Backup agent software and get started. Of course, you will need an Azure subscription in order to utilize the service. Microsoft offers a free one month trial.
“Windows 10 client machines can now be backed up seamlessly to cloud by Azure Backup service. Customers with machines running Windows 10 (64-bit) operating systems can protect their important file-folder data to Azure in a secure manner and restore data on any machine,” Microsoft explains.
If you are interested in how to backup your company’s PCs or if your place of work doesn’t have a backup solution then send them over to this blog post by Microsoft where everything is explained. The service is available to 17 regions worldwide which means there should be a data center close by for fast recovery and reliable management.