There is no such thing as perfect software, and employing PC crash recovery procedures is necessary from time to time, no matter what your company does. Generally, you can expect your PC to crash at least once a year if you use only top-notch software! The programs are now so complicated that even the best coders can’t control it all and even the best the software coding may cause a system crash from time to time. Fortunately, people that are responsible for publication of that faulty software are also doing their best to repair it. On the downside, even if you perform system and software actualizations on your company machines, you can’t expect computer crashes to vanish.
Time is merciless
Let’s face a simple fact computer equipment (both hardware and software) gets old faster then anything else on this planet. The same machine won’t work properly with newer software, and old software will probably result in performing more crash recovery procedures on newer machines. While in the first case the only solution is to get rid of the old equipment and buy new one, software actualizations are the best solution to the second one. Of course, you may buy newer software instead. Unfortunately it is a) expensive, and b) this method usually requires training. Software actualizations are often the only real way to increase the system stability, but there’s much more in them than just making crash recoveries less frequent.
Another problem is holes in operating system’s security. There are people who use them to gain access to your protected data, hijack your PC and use it as a zombie to perform a DDoS attack on another websites or cause a system crash. Of course, the software engineers are constantly trying to find the holes and create patches to close them. However, you have to let your system download and install the patches. Without frequent system actualizations, a crash recovery procedures will soon become the least of your problems as your machines will soon become wide open to hackers from all around the world.
On the downside
It is important to acknowledge changes that the current patch brings, as actualization sometimes may cause harm, especially for older machines. Nevertheless, it is necessary to perform system actualizations even if you risk more frequent crashes. You just need some crash recovery-trained personnel or buy newer hardware. Whatever you do, remember that software and system actualization is a must-do without it, your machines will never be safe against hacker attacks.