Preventing Data Loss: A Business Owners Worst Nightmare
Why Businesses Need Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans
It can take nothing more than a single hardware failure or natural disaster to lose all of your company’s important data, and without proper backups integrated into your business continuity plan, recovering your files can be a nearly impossible task. Businesses today need to be equipped with powerful data backup and recovery solutions that will reduce both data loss and downtime should a business-wide disaster occur.
Is Your Business Prepared for a Disaster?
A disaster can involve a variety of things including;
- Hardware failure
- Cyber attack
- Human error
- Natural disasters
All of which can lead to data loss that can potentially ruin your business. Data backup is crucial to any existing or growing business. It involves numerous layers of security solutions, including taking incremental backups of your changed data throughout the day and storing it both on and off site. Although this may seem like an unnecessarily meticulous and time-consuming security measure , it can help to make the potential for data loss virtually non-existent, which will preserve your organization’s ability to continue to perform its tasks both during and after a disaster.
Can Your Organization Afford Downtime?
No organization can afford downtime- it brings company productivity to a screeching halt, and increases the risk of missing deadlines that can result in losing important customers and prospective clients, as well as causing staff members to become overwhelmed by their backlogged tasks. Having a backup and recovery system in place gives your business the ability to bounce back from data loss, and resume its operations within a matter of minutes.
Get confident in your ability to recover from any type of disastrous situation. Call (703) 596-0022 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our managed IT services. We’ll keep all of your technology running at peak performance at all times – all for a flat-rate monthly fee.