How to create Backup in Multisoft ERP

How to create Backup in Multisoft ERP

Introduction

You need to protect your business data. Data is an important part of running a business. Not Maintaining backups can prove to be very dangerous. Data loss can heavily affect your business. Maintain it on a daily basis, also maintain your backup-server which is necessary for the software.

Create a backup from Multisoft ERP is not that complicated, you can easily create a backup and secure your business data by just one click.

Why backup is important?

  • It will save side you to experience a tragic loss of data
  • There should be an extra backup file save in another hard drive or flash drive because if the system’s hard drive is crashed, you have the copy in another drive.
  • Regular data backups lead to peace of mind. If your system crashed, you have a backup to restart your business with minimum time
  • With existing backed up files, companies improve productivity by reducing wasted time.
  • If you lost your data that means that you lost your all items information, all purchases, and sales. Also, you lost your accounts detail which carries your profit and loss details.

Steps

• Run Multi-Tec Application.
• Login with your username and password

login

• On the appeared Dashboard you will see the icon.
• Or you can also maintain it by clicking on the maintenance option and then click on the backup database.

• One is the Default option and another one is browse option.
• Now, by selecting the default option click on BackupNow!
• Which will create a it on the default folder.

• Browse option allows you to create the backup on your desire path, as I am creating it in Multisoft folder and assigning the name I want and after that just click on Back Now!
• Beside this you can also save your file on the cloud.

you can also watch a video on YouTube by Johar Software House

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Fariya

    if I want to upload backup on a cloud how can I do it?

    1. joharhouse

      For this, you have to purchase a VPS (virtual private server), then you can upload the file on it manually.

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