being preparedlose your data, lose your business
Disasters happen in all shapes and sizes. A fire, flood or earthquake could destroy your business location and close your business.
Other disasters, which may seem small, will also cost you your business. Your data is your business’ most valuable possession. If you lose all or some of your customer information, accounting files, work documents or business plans your in trouble. If you are able to recreate your data, which is very difficult, you may have to close your doors for days or weeks, and you’d still lose your business.
What causes data loss?
Major disasters like those listed above will definitely cause data loss. But computer failure, malware and ransomeware, malicious intent and human error, among others, can cause catastrophic data loss. If you can’t get your computers back up and running in just a few days it will affect your business’ future.
Planning for Disaster
Every computer system and network are at risk. Your business depends on how well you minimize your risk and plan for the recovery from a disaster.
- The average Small and Medium Business experiences at least 3 outages or data loses per year.
- 70% of companies have no disaster plan in place.
- An estimated 25% of businesses do not reopen following a major disaster. A large percentage of these are due to loss of business data.
To be protected you must have a well designed and tested plan to protect your hardware, software and data in addition to a plan of recovery.
- You may have a local data backup plan, but what if your building burns down? Do you have an off-site copy of your data.
- If your servers or computers completely fail do you have the ability to replace them in days and recover all data immediately?
- Do you have protection against threats from both inside and outside your business?
RSETech can design and implement a disaster prevention and data recovery plan to minimize the effects of any level of disaster and get you business back up and running.
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