“Hope” Is A Scary Strategy When It Comes To Your Company Data

Have you ever lost an hour or two of work on your computer because it crashed? Now imagine if you lost days or weeks of work – or imagine losing your client database, financial records, and all of the work files your company has ever produced or compiled. Imagine what would happen if your network went down for days and you couldn’t access email or the information on your PC. How frustrating would that be?

 

Most small business owners have no idea about the importance of disaster recovery planning because they are already swamped with more immediate day-to-day fires demanding their attention. If their network is working fine today, it goes to the bottom of the pile of things to worry about. In most cases, no one is watching to make sure the backups are working, the virus protection is up-to-date or that the network is ‘healthy’.

 

But ignoring disaster recovery planning for these reasons is like saying that your’re too busy driving your car on the highway to put your seatbelt on. The true value of that simple prevention step isn’t appreciated until you’re in a head-on collision; at that point you’re either extremely relieved that you planned ahead or incredibly sorry that you didn’t.

 

The same holds true with your data backup. Obviously, the information on the disk is far more valuable than the disk itself. If your company depends on having access to the information stored on your server or PC, then it’s time to get serious about protecting your data from damage or loss.
 

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We are giving away a FREE Backup Check to review your backup procedure and uncover any problems or failures you might not be aware of. If we find anything amiss, we’ll let you know and make a few recommendations on how to remedy the problem. You are under no obligation to purchase anything or take our recommendations.

 

Don’t wait for a disaster to find out if your backups are working. Contact us now and gain peace of mind!
 

“But We Have A Backup System That Works!” You Say?

That’s better than nothing; but having a backup does NOT guarantee you could recover all your business processes and systems fast enough to prevent serious damage to you in lost sales, reputational capital, client relationships and legal consequences. It also wouldn’t account for the following scenarios:
 

  • Complete or total loss of your office building or the ability to access it
  • Fraud, cybercrime attacks, theft or vengeance from a disgruntled employee
  • Death or complete disability of a senior executive
  • Complete loss of power, utilities or Internet connectivity for extended periods of time
  • The protection and restoration of critical business FUNCTIONS (not just data)
  • Oversights in your data backup (web sites, 3rd party cloud applications, overlooked PC’s etc.)
  • Restoring your IT systems if EVERYTHING is gone due to fire, flood etc.

     

    Don’t Risk Losing Everything You’ve Worked So Hard To Achieve

    Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan is not difficult or expensive, but since most businesses don’t have a clue where to start, we’d like to offer you a FREE Disaster Readiness Assessment and Consultation ($429 value). At no cost or obligation, we’ll come to your office to conduct an audit of your IT systems (security, backup and business continuity systems) that will determine your ‘Risk Score’ and identify loopholes in your IT system’s security, backup and business protection.
     
    This Assessment will go beyond simply looking at your backups (although that will be part of it). We’ll also assess a number of common risk factors and known weaknesses that could put you OUT of business in an instant if disaster strikes. If you decide to hire us to create an IT Disaster Recovery Plan for your business (you’re under no obligation), you greatly reduce the chances of losing everything you’ve worked so hard to build in your business to a sudden, unplanned event that would be detrimental to your businesses growth, profitability or survival.