Welcome to Day 1 of our Safeguarding Your Business Series. This series will cover four areas: data protection, data backup, restoring operations, and reducing risk. Today's topic will be addressing data backup. Let's get started.
Did you know that 58% of small businesses say customers' trust in their organization would suffer substantial damage if there was a security breach?
One major concern for a lot of businesses we talk to today is data protection, especially with constantly evolving security threats, like cyber-attacks and high profile data theft. Here are some questions to ask yourself:
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Welcome to Day 2 of our Safeguarding Your Business Series. Today will be discussing how to easily and affordably backup your data.
How long would it take to get your business back online after a fire, flood, or break-in?
Do you ever wonder how to make sure everything is backed up without spending a fortune. Well you came to the right place. Let us show you how.
We offer cloud-based solutions that make it easy to have confidence everything is backed up, from employees’ files to business applications. Leveraging the cloud means it’s easy to scale and you don’t have to invest in backup servers and media.
Do you currently backup on-premises? It’s important to consider the safety of your backup drives and where they are stored. If an unexpected event, like fire or break-in occurs on-premises, your backups could be at risk. Another great benefit is cost-savings. Cloud back-up provides a cost-effective option because you don’t have to buy server hardware or storage media. It scales as need and you pay for what you use. If you’re using a cloud backup solution, consider that Microsoft Azure Backup includes a free, built-in backup agent, up to 99 years of data retention, and point-in-time restore with up to 366 restore points, encryption where the key sits with you on-premises, geo-replication as well as replication across three separate clusters in the single data center. On top of that, with Azure Backup you don’t pay for bandwidth.
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Welcome to Day 3 of Safeguarding Your Business Series. Today's Topic is all about restoring operations when the unexpected happens. Find out how.
Did you know that 40% of businesses never reopen after a disaster strikes? Are you prepared?
– How long would it take you to get your IT systems running after a major disruption such as a server failure or a natural disaster?
– Do your employees ever work at home or on the road? Could they access their files if they left their laptop at home?
- What would you do if an employee device containing important business data was lost or stolen?
A lot of businesses today are using technology to keep their business running, even when unexpected events occur. Our solutions help you get the peace of mind that your business can keep running even when the unexpected happens. Whether your systems go down as a result of a disaster, or an employee loses a laptop, you can get back to business in minutes.
Create your disaster plan by strategizing with one of our experts today. Schedule your consultation today.