Whether it's ransomware or a flood, unexpected catastrophes happen. Instead of being reactive to an accident, prepare yourself and business for when it happens. The only way to ensure that your business can be back up and running fast is with a carefully constructed backup and disaster recovery plan.
There is not a day that goes by that you do not read in the paper or hear on television that some company has been the victim of Cyber Crime. The alarming thing is that for every incident that you hear about there are probably six more that have happened that you don’t hear about.
Go Green and Save Green
Our society is making a push to "Go Green" these days with an effort to reduce paper usage and making a push to utilize digital documentation. The fact is, this practice not only benefits the environment, but can also put a considerable amount of green back into your bank account.
The Best Defense is a Good Offense
It's that special time of year when the threat of fire, flood, severe storms, water damage and even theft are very real. This is why ensuring your company's critical data is backed up and protected in the case of power loss or system damage.
How Long Will It Take to Get Your House in Order
When it comes to a proper disaster recovery plan for your business, do you feel satisfied and secure with simply having your data backup on a hard drive or in-house server? If you said yes, then you could be setting your business up for failure.
The Importance of a Proactive, NOT Reactive Approach
With the major role information technology plays in the way business is conducted in today's world, it's crucial that every business owner, both large and small, be able to see the big picture of protecting client and company data from disaster.
Data Disaster Averted
Having appropriate data backup solutions isn't the only concern when it comes to an IT disaster for your business. Depending on what your method of data recovery is, in the event of a data loss event, you could be putting your business on hold as you put the pieces back together.
Consider the "What If" Factor
Secure data backup for your business is an absolute must, but the real question is, what methods are you using? Although you may think you are taking extreme caution, such as saving data on multiple computers and physical drives, the scary truth is these items are still at risk for failing and leaving you helpless.
What Are You Waiting For?
When it comes to protecting the critical files and documents for your business or company, are you taking the necessary precautions? Many small to medium sized businesses are faced with the same problem when it comes to data backup, and that problem is that they haven't done anything to prepare for it.
It's Not IF, But WHEN...
Everyone has experienced a setback due to a computer crash. However, the impact of a digital disaster is much more drastic when it comes to your business. Instead of losing an hour or two of work, you could be losing days or even weeks of valuable work and data.