Data loss disasters come in many forms, ranging from simple human errors to “acts of God” that cannot be controlled. However, you can control how you prepare for such occurrences – and the steps may be easier than you think. What would happen to your business if you had a major data loss
Before you entrust your sensitive data to a “cloud” service provider, make sure you weigh the risks with the benefits.
As networks and devices become increasingly complex, more and more things can go wrong. As a result, disaster recovery plans have also become more complex.
It’s simple: Businesses that suffer data losses usually fail as a result. That’s according to a study by the Department for Trade and Industry, which found that 70 percent of small businesses suffering a major data loss are out of business within 18 months
You can’t have a disaster recovery plan until you first have a good backup solution. Is your backup solution good—or just good enough
Businesses are constantly changing. Is your disaster recovery plan changing, too? It should be.
With the start of a new year, businesses commonly implement changes and launch new initiatives that have ramifications for your IT environment. Ignore them at your own peril. Chief among your IT considerations should be a Business Continuity Plan, or BCP, which will allow your business to resume normal operations in the event of a significant data loss or network downtime.
Data breaches are costing companies more than ever, according to a recent study—and smaller companies may be most at risk. Data losses, which can result from theft or carelessness, are a downside of the information age.
With the continuous proliferation of data and its increasing importance to business, it has become critical to implement measures to safeguard it. One such measure is to make sure you have a data protection, backup, and recovery system in place