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Index – Tech-Science – We no longer have to worry about the data stored on our phones

Index - Tech-Science - We no longer have to worry about the data stored on our phones

Starting in August, a Hungarian company will also undertake to save the data of damaged or defective mobile devices – tablets and smartphones. Implemented by KÜRT Information Security and Data Backup Zrt. Approximately three thousand data backups a year, more than half of them are Hungarian requests, and they backup data even if the device is physically damaged – broken, wet -.

As it is written, with the development of hardware, we can lose more and more valuable data by damaging the phone, and for this it was necessary to expand the range of services. According to the company’s experience, more and more requests are received from individuals, but it is also amazing how amazingly the amount of data involved has increased. Last year, the company transferred 2 petabytes of data (as if someone watched a 4k movie continuously for 5 years) in data backup projects, which is ten times the amount five years ago.

I’m sure there will be more and more such incidents, as data storage devices come within reach, but at the same time, users tend to forget that they don’t last forever and can be destroyed.

Zoltan Kertesz, president of the company.

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