Disasters can strike at any time, putting your valuable data at risk and dealing catastrophic damage to your bottom line. But by following a few simple steps in creating a disaster recovery plan (DRP), you can safeguard your business from data loss events and ensure that your information remains secure in the face of any potential disaster.
Power outages are a huge inconvenience to businesses. They can lead to lost productivity and revenue, and they can cost you a lot in damages. That's why it's important for businesses like yours to invest in an uninterrupted power supply (UPS). Let's take a closer look at some of the key reasons why every business should have a UPS system in place.
Businesses have a lot to worry about, and disaster recovery (DR) is often one of their top concerns. Unfortunately, many business owners are misled by misinformation and so end up not implementing the right precautionary measures to protect their data.
In 2021, the United States experienced one of the most active storm seasons on record, upsetting businesses already dealing with a pandemic. For companies without a good disaster recovery plan, the consequences were devastating. This is why your business should have a hurricane disaster recovery plan.
There are several ways to ensure business continuity, and storing your company’s data in the cloud is undoubtedly one of the best. In this post, we’ll discuss the advantages of cloud storage over other backup media and why your company should invest in it.
Power outages can happen anytime and for a number of reasons, including accidents and natural disasters such as fires and hurricanes. While there’s little your business can do to prevent a power outage, you can mitigate its impacts on your operations by deploying an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for your computers and networking equipment.
Modern technology changes rapidly, but not all businesses can match its pace. When it comes to disaster recovery (DR), for instance, we see business owners clinging to ideas that no longer apply. It’s high time you learn the truth about the following DR myths so you can stop believing them.
Hurricanes are a common occurrence in many parts of the United States. Not only do they destroy property and endanger lives, but they can also disrupt your business’s operations. In this blog, we offer tips on how you can ensure fast access to your data following a disaster and immediately get back to business.
No business continuity plan is perfect. Each plan has risks that can result in your business’s failure if not taken into account from the start. But don’t blame it all on your managed IT services provider (MSP) — often, a system’s design has loopholes to start with.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony systems are great for today’s businesses. They are more mobile, have greater functionality, and cost less than traditional landline phones. But as with any technology, VoIP is vulnerable to disruptions due to equipment failure, disasters, and cyberattacks.