Have you thought about who should be involved in your disaster recovery plan now that you’re finally getting ready after so many years? When you have a large company, it’s not easy to coordinate every department without creating confusion. As a result, you’ve perhaps left out some people because you figure it would take too…
The term redundancy is often confused with backup or copy. Although the terms are similar, the purpose of a redundancy is more than merely creating a copy of data. Redundancy aims to prevent any disruption of system operation in the case of a technical malfunction or disaster, thereby maintaining a continuity of service.
How safe is the data you store in your computer network and what would a potential hacker do with this information? Many business owners believe they are safe from these type of attacks, but that is far from the reality of the situation. It is very possible that your business is not as protected as it should be.
Cloud backup is an excellent fail over and will prevent you from losing your data during a catastrophe that could have grave effects on other aspects of your business.
Have you thought about what events you would consider the 3 worst IT disasters in history? No? Well, any list is subjective but we have a few facts that just may jog your memory.
The importance of having a disaster recovery plan for your business isn’t always stressed enough in a time when virtually anything can happen. With nature already proving itself unstable around the world, and man-made disasters increasing, it places any business in riskier terrain. Even if you’ve never had anything happen before in your area, complacency…
Being able to respond to rapidly changing circumstances is what you expect when power and communication drive your business. To be cliche: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” — “In for a penny…” — you want to spend your time and effort wisely.