If there’s a cyber breach, server failure or any disaster that causes systems to go down, you need to be able to recover your data and get things up and running fast.
Having everything securely backed up in the cloud, and making sure back up is done regularly, means you’ll spend less time on restoring systems. You’re legally required to have data backed up, and doing so means you don’t lose anything essential to the running of your business.
Frequent data backups mean that if there is a disaster, you’ll only lose any work or updates made since the last backup. Your data is encrypted and ready to be restored no matter how severe the attack or damage to servers, and it can be done with a simple click of a button. Get your disaster recovery in place now to prevent major data loss in the future.
Cybersecurity attacks are no longer a distant possibility, they’re the reality facing businesses across the world, no matter what their size. As everyone is increasingly reliant on technology for work and personal use, keeping things safe, secure and protected is a big part of running a modern business.
It’s hard to imagine what the impact on your company would be, but don’t wait until things go wrong to find out. Any downtime could have serious financial implications and over a period of time could mean you risk going out of business. You also have a responsibility to your users or customers, particularly if you’re holding confidential data.
If your servers go down or a disaster happens, your business needs to keep going with minimal disruption to your staff and customers. You need to be able to secure all data, both internal and external, and as quickly as possible. Getting your business continuity system right saves you money and reduces the potential of lost revenue.
System backups need to be done while still allowing your teams to carry on their usual work, so there’s as little disruption as possible. You also want your data secure while the backups are taking place, and you want a secure cloud system to give you peace of mind until everything is sorted.
It’s also important that your staff can communicate with each other, both to work on backup and recovery and day to day tasks, and you need to be able to keep in touch with customers to let them know what’s going on and when things will be fixed. Without maintaining connectivity, continuity can’t happen.