Disaster Recovery Plan

Can you afford to take a chance?

The best way to protect your business is with a well thought out disaster recovery plan. Protecting your data is absolutely crucial. IT disasters are costly and can damage everything. Unfortunately, most businesses do not take preventative measures to protect their data until a disaster strikes and by then it’s too late, the damage is already done and most businesses are unable to recover. 90% of businesses experience downtime at some point. Protecting your business means preparing for the worst possible disaster scenario and understanding it’s vulnerabilities and safeguarding against threats. A disaster recovery plan will minimize downtime, prevent data loss and allow Business Continuity with cloud access to your data and systems no matter what happens.

Companies that lose their data will shut down within:

6 months
2 years
5 years
of businesses don’t have a reliable backup solution
Cyber Attacks
  • Ransomware
  • Viruses
  • Phishing
  • Denial of Service
  • Spyware
  • Botnets
  • Trojans
Natural Disasters
  • Lightning
  • Fires
  • Floods
  • Hurricanes
  • Tornados
  • Earthquakes
Human Error
  • File Deletion
  • File Override
  • Power Failure
  • Email Threats
  • Security Vulnerabilities
  • End of Employment
System Disasters
  • Hardware Failure
  • Hard Drive Crash
  • Software Errors
  • Data Corruption

Hackers have declared war on businesses everywhere, particularly small and medium sized businesses who do not have a managed security service to prevent security breaches or have the ability to recover stolen data. Ransomware has emerged as the preferred method of attack and is responsible for billions of dollars stolen from businesses.

Ransomware targeted at small & med. businesses

Your data is too important to lose. A natural disaster can devastate your business by destroying your document files, business emails, employee and customer records, financial records and other invaluable data. The cost of downtime, lost sales, damaged equipment, strained client relationships, a damaged reputation and wasted resources all put your business in serious danger.

A managed It Disaster Recovery Plan can have your business up and running almost immediately and will allow you to have cloud access to all your data.

Businesses close due to Natural Disasters
Natural Disasters A Year
Natural Disasters since 2010

The most common type of business disaster is unintentional human error. Users can accidently delete or override important files or leave themselves vulnerable to security threats such as ransomware.

Downtime caused by human error

% of Businesses that experience the following failures:


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