You need a disaster recovery plan.
Who wants to incur a fire, flood or theft that knocks you out of business? Nobody. Good. Who has a disaster recovery plan? You would use one to resuscitate your business if a disaster struck.
Airplanes landed in New York City. A hurricane and levee failures flooded New Orleans. Fires closed downtown San Diego. Floods closed Nashville. Hurricane Sandy (right) went to New York. Here in the Sierra Nevada foothills, folks worry about fires sweeping down the hill or dam breaks that would flood Sacramento County. As I proofread this, 200,000 people are evacuated because the nation’s tallest dam’s spillways are failing. You need a disaster recovery plan that will help you recover. You need to create a disaster recovery plan before you need to implement it.
We work with you to build this disaster recovery plan. This includes backing up your data offsite and showing how you can recover the data. This will help you restart your business at an alternate location. Yes. I’m talking about Cloud backups.
The hours and days after a disaster strikes are very important. The quicker you can get back up and running, the greater your chances of survival. The longer you wait and the more data you cannot recover, the lower your chances of survival.
Here’s some good news.
Bring us in today to perform a disaster recovery test. If you haven’t had one performed lately, you may be in for a big surprise. Sometimes you need an outsider to perform this test. He can objectively recommend solutions that you need to do.