January 20, 2014

Back Up


Why you need to back up

Your data is probably the most valuable asset your business has. What would happen if you could not access it? 

The Truth About Disasters

They can happen to any business at any time and the downtime they cause is truly catastrophic, many of which never recover. The strength to avert disasters and effectively handle the ones that occur starts with knowledge.

Downtime is Common
90% of companies experience some form of downtime, which may result in loss of data, security, productivity, and revenue.

(Down) Time is Money
An hour of downtime costs $8,000 for a small company, $74,000 for a medium company, and $700,000 for a large enterprise.

Planning Ahead
The most powerful and flexible disaster recovery plan is local virtualization for SMBs and enterprises with physical or virtual servers.

Disastrous Situations
Disasters that cause downtime may be a result of hardware failure, human error, software failure, or natural disaster.

Recovery is Painful
The average time it takes a business to recover from disaster is 18.5 hours, but 43% of companies never totally recover.


Even if you use Office 365, Microsoft 365, G-Suite for your data storage- there is still a danger of losing your data.

One of the biggest threats today is Ransomware. If you don’t have a easy way to access your data, your choices are to pay or lose it. Ransomware can be deployed way too easily. See how one of the most dangerous hackers -who now works as a White Hat Hacker explains it.

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