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What's the Most Frequent Cause of Data Loss in This Photo? IT SNAFU Day 8

Posted December 19, 2014by Nate Teplow

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What are the 12 Days of IT SNAFU's without mentioning data loss? We all know the importance of backing up data, but it's also important to know how to avoid the most common forms of data loss. We've put together a little quiz for you to test your knowledge. Can you find the most frequent cause of data loss in this photo? Take a close look and see if you can figure it out.

This may also be a good quiz to give to your clients.


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So, do you think you have the answer? Click below to see if you got it right. 

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Conclusion

Knowing the most common causes of data loss will help you sell backup services to your end clients because you speak to issues that resonate with them. You don't need to tell them about your technology, tell them about how you help their business move forward without the threat of losing data.

Did you get the quiz right? Let us know in the comments below.

 

Keep up with the rest of our SNAFU's with The 12 Days of IT SNAFU's. And if you like other picture quizzes, try taking the quiz we did a while ago: Can You Spot the 13 Security Flaws in this Photo?

Nate's experience spans inbound marketing, content strategy, marketing communications and B2B lead generation. A proud Miami Hurricane alumni, Nate enjoys staying active, traveling to new places and performing A/B tests.

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