You need a ‘plan B’
Operating without a backup & disaster recovery (BDR) plan isn’t just risky. It’s downright reckless.
Think about all the things that have the potential to take your business network offline. Small things, like power outages, and big things, like full-blown natural disasters. If you don’t have a BDR plan, how will you shift back into productivity mode?
A backup & disaster recovery plan gives you a way to bounce back from minor mishaps and major catastrophes.
What do you get with backup & disaster recovery?
- Strategic steps for maintaining core business operations, even in a worst-case scenario
- Data protection to ensure you don’t lose a single record if your network experiences an outage
- Faster recovery when an outage is inevitable, minimizing costly downtime
- Additional cybersecurity and protection from malicious attacks, like ransomware
Why backup & disaster recovery?
Downtime is no good. It saps your employees’ morale, it inconveniences your customers, and it costs your company money. Anything you can do to minimize downtime gives you a strategic advantage, pure and simple. Backup and disaster recovery helps you do just that.
Be ready for anything
The key to a good BDR plan can be summed up in a single word: preparation. When you’re prepared, you can handle even the most extreme crisis.
Businesses take the biggest hit, not from initial disasters, but in the aftermath. The longer you’re out of commission, the more it costs you.
Protect your reputation
When disaster strikes, your customers will pay attention. If you can rise above it quickly, they’ll notice. A BDR plan guards your good name.
How does backup & disaster recovery work?
Backup and disaster recovery happens after some kind of disaster. It’s a strategic response designed to help you keep your business technology running efficiently, no matter what else is going on. A good BDR plan will include backup, data recovery options and clear steps for maintaining communication.
Make it or break it
The most critical moments in business are those moments when it’s do or die. How you react following a disaster is one of those moments.
And it can be one of your strongest moments if you have the right backup and disaster recovery plan. We can help ensure that you’re always ready, no matter what curve balls come your way.
No one likes to think about the worst happening, but it’s necessary if you want your business to rebound quickly and effectively.”