When it comes to cyber security and risk prevention, our experienced team highly recommends these eight steps to keep your business’ data protected. One of these steps is incident management, which ranges from developing a disaster recovery plan to reporting criminal incidents to law enforcement. While you may feel the need to secure your data against hackers, cyber attacks shouldn’t be your only concern. Outages and natural disasters pose a risk to your data, too. If you don’t have a disaster recovery plan for your organization’s data, it’s time to build one.
Not convinced yet? According to Information Technology Intelligence Consulting (ITIC), more than 80% of businesses now require uptime of 99.99% from their cloud service vendors. If there’s a single conclusion we can make from this survey, it is the increasing importance of data for growing a successful business.
Now, ask yourself:
How long did it take to your company to gather all the data about your prospects, customers, and sales? If a disaster hits, do you have the ability to recover your precious lost data? How long it would take? How much it would cost?
That’s why you should consider cloud and managed services when building a data disaster recovery plan. Here are some of the benefits:
- Reduce training costs for your IT team.
- Ensure that the professionals in charge of protecting your data are all qualified.
- Automate your processes so that you can minimize downtime and recover quickly.
- Focus on your core business instead of worrying about IT concerns.
- Have all of your company’s data available to you from any place, whenever you need it.
At Able-One Systems, we can help you keep your organization’s data safe and protected because we understand that data is the backbone of most modern businesses around the world. Register for our webinar on October 25th, and join us for a discussion on disaster recovery for organizations that don’t require costly high availability solutions. If you want to know more about our company and solutions, contact us through our website or by calling (519) 570-9100.