With a little advance planning, a disaster doesn’t have to be a disaster.
Is your company prepared for a disaster? Do you have a disaster and recovery plan in place? If your answer is “no,” you’re not unique, as many companies haven’t planned for a worst-case scenario to interrupt business. First, it helps to define what constitutes a disaster in the business technology world.
According to Wikipedia.com, disaster management is defined as “the discipline of dealing with and avoiding risks.” In the computer services technology world, that could mean a fire that destroys your building and all of the contents inside of it, a virus that destroys all of the data on your servers, or even as something as commonplace as having a laptop computer stolen. In each of these instances, it’s not the fixed assets that are the biggest loss; it’s the data that is lost, stolen or destroyed.
Businesses without a disaster plan are operating without a safety net, and are vulnerable to any number of problems that damage or destroy information. Fortunately, Go2techs.net IT experts specialize in planning recovery processes if or when the worst-case scenario happens. Whether it’s redundant backups, offsite storage or even as simple as installing UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supplies), we have the experience that allows you to relax and rest assured that your business will be up and running with as little downtime as possible when a disaster occurs.