Has your business recently suffered from data loss? Stop it from happening again. A strategic data backup and disaster recovery plan ensure that lost data remains secure and recoverable in the event of an emergency.
Unfortunately, when technology fails, business often grinds to a halt. Any number of events can lead to unplanned downtime. To ensure a corporation retains the ability to remain fully operational despite the circumstances which may be going on around it, forward-thinking companies must implement a strategic plan for data backup and disaster recovery.
Even if a business has taken the care to back up their data, without the right plan in place, it can still be days or even weeks before a company’s employees can return to work after experiencing data loss. A comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery strategy encompass more than just a company’s data. It also includes its software, operating system, and mission-critical workflows.
Research shows that after a catastrophic loss of even 50% of a company’s essential data, three out of four businesses close their doors for good.
Worried that data loss could negatively impact your business? It doesn’t have to. Sensible Systems’ holistic approach to data backup and recovery services provides businesses with the confidence they need that their data is safe and recoverable in the event of an emergency.
The Sensible Systems approach to data protection services includes:
Sensible Systems helps prepare businesses for any disaster by giving them the tools they need to keep working no matter what.
Many businesses limp along without a plan in place for data loss caused by theft, natural disaster, power outages, employee error, or cybercrime. This is a big mistake which could cost them their business.
Any online data is vulnerable to exploitation by cybercriminals. Small to mid-size companies are particularly at risk since cyber predators often assume they lack the fortified security protocols often implemented by larger corporations simply because their technology budgets are often smaller.
Unfortunately, cybercrime is on the rise, meaning businesses need a plan in place for data backup and recovery more than ever before.Contact Us