Preparing for an IT disaster is no longer an option. Increasing reliance on technology paired with growing cyber threats makes preparation essential — and that’s without factoring in the ever-present risk of natural disasters and human error.
89% of businesses who suffer a severe data breach or loss report significant damage to their revenue streams and reputation. Within a year, the majority of these businesses are forced to fold or file bankruptcy.
Even still, many business owners choose to roll the dice when it comes to preparedness. Thanks to NCC, you no longer have to take the gamble against viruses, ransomware, hardware failure, or unpredictable acts of God.
NCC can help you formulate and execute a disaster recovery plan to minimize your downtime and risk without breaking your IT budget.
What is the Disaster Recovery Plan?
A proper disaster recovery plan includes a backup of email, data management, dedicated servers, and coordination with other departments, including accounting, human resources, and marketing. Consider it a backup of the entire company, preventing a loss and allowing for speedy recovery in the face of any disaster.
Don’t assume that your business has a backup plan in place. More importantly, be cautious about relying on a passive backup and recovery plan that is not tested and maintained regularly. If your backups are not current or corrupted, they won’t be of much help when needed.