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Why go with IONOS?
A full backup, on the other hand, does not assess whether data has changed since the last backup. In other words, all the data is completely backed up.
An incremental backup is advantageous in that only data that's been changed needs to be backed up. Unchanged data is skipped since there is already a backup for it. This means that the entire database does not have to be backed up every time minor changes are made.
In addition, using the cloud for backups means that it's not only files that can be backed up, but also complete system statuses in different versions. This means it's possible to reset a server to a previously secured system status at any time after there's been a security issue or an IT system malfunction. This allows you to quickly restore to a secure and stable operating state.
For many users, performing a full back up once a week is more than enough. Others prefer to carry out incremental backups on a weekly basis. A software development company or users with high data volumes often need to create daily backups and have every backup from the past few weeks and months available in full so that old systems or development statuses can be quickly restored at any time.
Another advantage: Cloud backup is not only a modern instance for data backup and recovery. Unlike local, physical storage media, your data is always available in the cloud. As long as there is an internet connection, you can conveniently access your data no matter where you are. It's both location-independent and unlimited.
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