Backup & Disaster Recovery
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Backup & Disaster Recovery Services
To run your business, you need access to your systems and data. Those systems and data can live or be stored in various locations. You may have important data in your phone, in your email, business applications, servers, workstations or files and folders. All these systems and devices should have a backup process of some type.
Your most important business asset is your data so extra thought should be given to how to protect it from natural disasters (fire, flood, earthquake, hurricane, etc.), human error, or ransomware attacks. We all know things will happen sooner or later, so we need to be prepared with some type of insurance policy. Your backup and disaster recovery plan is your insurance policy. It’s all about mitigating the risk to the business.
Whatever the circumstances, your data is what drives the business, and you won’t be able to survive very long without it. Statistics have shown that businesses who lose data have a hard time recovering and most likely will go out of business within a short period of time. Depending on the situation, for example, 60% of small businesses suffering from a major cyberattack go out of business within six months.
The 6 Reasons Why Backup & Disaster Recovery Services Are Essential
In the event of a disaster or outage, business operations can come to a halt, leading to loss of productivity, revenue, and customer trust. Without a disaster recovery plan in place, it may take a long time to restore business operations, resulting in extended downtime.
Without backups, any data that is lost due to system failures, human errors, cyberattacks, or natural disasters cannot be recovered, resulting in potentially irreversible loss of critical business information.
Losing critical data and experiencing downtime can have significant financial implications for a business. The costs of lost productivity, revenue, and potential legal fees or fines due to data breaches can be significant and potentially devastating.
If a customer’s data is lost or exposed due to a data breach, it can lead to a loss of customer trust and damage to the company’s reputation. This can have long-term implications for customer acquisition and retention.
Many industries have regulations that require businesses to have backup and disaster recovery plans in place to protect sensitive data. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in legal and financial consequences.
Many business insurance policies need a good backup and disaster recovery plan with yearly disaster testing. Your BDR or BCDR will satisfy this requirement and put you at ease knowing everything is protected 24/7/365.
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