No business owner wants to think about the possibility of a crisis that could halt operations, but the truth is that disasters can strike at any time. Whether it's a pandemic, a cyberattack, or a natural disaster, unexpected events can significantly impact a company.
No organization wants to experience the nightmare of losing valuable customer data, financial records, or confidential documents. Unfortunately, unless proper steps are taken to safeguard your business from these disasters, you may be unknowingly putting your data at risk of getting lost or compromised.
Are you tired of dealing with power outages? They can be a major inconvenience to businesses, leading to thousands of dollars in lost productivity and revenue. Fortunately, there’s something you can do about it: use an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for your computers and networking equipment.
While disaster recovery (DR) should be a top priority in running a business, it’s often overlooked. This is because business owners sometimes cling to outdated IT perspectives that can put their data at risk. Read more to learn about the top three myths about DR so you can make the best decisions for your business.
No company is safe from disaster. For example, a ransomware attack, a fire, or an unplanned power outage can cause your small- or medium-sized business (SMB) to go offline and lose revenue. In order to protect your company from these unexpected events, it’s important to have a business continuity plan (BCP) in place.
Hurricane season is here. These harsh weather events can produce devastating high-speed winds, torrential rains, and microbursts, and can bring your business to a grinding halt. To address the threat of hurricanes, your company should have an effective hurricane disaster recovery policy in place.
Data is an integral part of your business. You use it to build marketing strategies, forge customer relationships, and much more. Losing important client and company information can be harmful to the health of your business. Here are backup solutions you should implement to ensure the safety of your data.
Having a business continuity plan ensures that you have constant access to your business’s data, even when a disaster strikes your locale. Understandably, your choice of backup storage media will be critical to the success of such a plan. In this blog, we’ll discuss why the cloud is the ideal place to keep your company’s data backups.
The healthcare industry is relying on tech more than ever. Between implementing telemedicine, adopting data management best practices, and juggling countless other recent tech developments, managing business IT is a complex task, and so is best done by a managed IT services provider (MSP). Let’s explore the benefits of partnering with one:
MSPs guarantee quick response times
Constant system uptime and availability can be a matter of life and death in the healthcare industry, which makes quick IT support response times crucial for any healthcare practice.
Power outages are a major inconvenience to businesses. Even a few hours without electricity can lead to thousands of dollars in lost productivity and revenue. Fortunately, there’s something businesses like yours can do to reduce the effects of power outages, and that’s using an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for your computers and networking equipment.