If the worst should happen, are you prepared? In this day and age, it is critical to ensure your Sage BusinessWorks data is protected. With the influx of ransomware and virus attacks, it is becoming increasingly common for companies to have to recover from an attack and therefore it is important to ensure you have a backup plan in place.
Keeping your financial information safe in the case of a server failure, computer crash, disaster, virus or ransomware attack is critical. Below you will find a plan to help ensure you have a good backup to protect you, if the need arises.
Following these steps can help ensure if the worst does happen that you can easily get your Sage BusinessWorks program up and running quickly and efficiently. If you would like to see a video tutorial on the backup and restore process see Knowledgebase article 51629, "Video: How to backup and restore system and company files."
Should the worst happen and you should need to reinstall Sage BusinessWorks on a new server or standalone computer see Knowledgebase article 80087, "How to move the current version of Sage BusinessWorks Accounting to a new server or location."
If you use a network version and need to temporarily install as a standalone version until your server is back up it is OK to install the standalone version and restore your system and company backup into the standalone version.