Disaster recovery is a basic element of good business continuity planning. You've probably heard the phrase and like many businesses, it's something you'll get around to "later".Read More
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We've had several days of power outages after a surprise October snow storm, and this serves as a good reminder to think about disaster planning and business continuity. Today, businesses of all sizes need a data disaster recovery plan, which helps ensure the company will continue operations after experiencing some type of disaster due to:
Unless you're already using one of the new solid state hard drives, all of your critical business data is spinning around at 5400rpm or faster on a magnetic disk inside your computer. Think about it - it's a miracle any hard drive can actually work, and all your data is in a perilous situation! One of the most common system failures in a computer is a hard drive failure, but it doesn't have to be a disaster for you if you plan in advance.
We've worked with many of our clients to go paperless - law firms, accounting firms, medical offices... and now its our turn. In a classic example of "the cobbler's family has no shoes", we're the last to update.