What would be the cost to your business if you lost your critical data?
Your business data is the lifeblood of your company and the amount you are collecting and storing is growing all the time. Imagine the impact if you lost a day’s data, a week’s data, a year’s data, due to inadequate or infrequent back-up processes or ransomware. What would happen, could you recover?
It’s important to implement a data recovery solution as part of a concise business continuity plan.
Consider the files stored on your computer network. Typically, all files are stored on a central hard drive or server to make the operation of the system simple and efficient for multiple users. The problem with this is that you face a higher-degree of risk by “putting all your eggs in one basket”. Hard drives fail all the time, and tape backup is costly and inefficient, so having a dedicated backup system is a must for any size business that relies on data.
If your business were to ever lose its data from drive failure, natural disaster, or user error, you are staring tragedy in the face. Nearly 70% of businesses that lose their data quickly go out of business. Having a data recovery solution, like our BDR (Backup Disaster Recovery), is an essential component of a solid business continuity plan.
Pennyrile Technologies’ Backup and Disaster Recovery solution ensures that your files are automatically backed up as frequently as every 15 minutes. And it will likely cost less than your monthly phone bill. So, how much is your data worth?