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IT Support and Disaster Recovery: Can Your Employees Work Remote When Disaster Strikes?

on Mar 11, 2020 11:42:54 AM By | Dan Willits | 0 Comments | Disaster Recovery IT support
READ TIME: 5 MINS. As the Corona Virus is now affecting many of the world’s countries, the negative economic impact due to supply chain issues, dwindling customer activity, and lost productivity is becoming more noticeable. So, what are businesses supposed to do, and what should they consider in terms of IT and technical support? Can your employees work remote? The simple answer is business continuity and disaster recovery. Do you and your employees have a plan?
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Disaster Recovery – Stats, ROI, and Your Business' Exposure

on Aug 16, 2017 12:15:06 PM By | Monique Phalen | 0 Comments | Data Backup Managed IT Services Disaster Recovery
Disaster recovery often seems like a remote possibility for businesses relative to the day-to-day work of keeping the business running. Partly I think that's because many SMBs think “disaster” and they think flood, fire, tornado, hurricane, etc. They then look around and think, “My odds are pretty good for missing most of those issues, I'm good.” However, when you define “disaster” as anything that causes disruption to your business, those odds change dramatically. Laptops and PCs get old and crash. Networks can be penetrated. Your users could fall for a phishing attack and expose your business to ransomware . In fact, human errors remain the top cause of downtime . Let's take a look at recent research about disaster recovery and consider what the numbers mean for your business.
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