Why a Database Backup is NOT a Proper Data Audit

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Have you ever tried to find the source of bad data, user errors, or merely tried to audit your data using a database backup?  If so, have you found yourself pulling your hair out?  This is because a database backup, though very valuable to an organization, is NOT a proper data audit.  Let’s take you through the differences between a database backup and a data audit application.

This makes a database backup really inefficient at finding any data changes.

Additionally, a database backup requires further action in order to re-access the “snapshot” that was taken and get to the route cause of a problem with your data.

INSTEAD, a data audit application works more intuitively…


Reduce your operational headaches with real business data auditing, and let the IT guys deal with your database backups!

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