That’s because 93% of business that lose their data for 10 days or more go into administration within a year.
And that’s what could happen if you suffered a fire at your office. Or a flood. Or even a burglary.
Because when you don’t have a daily verified data backup, if something goes wrong with your data, that’s it. Your data is lost. It’s gone forever.
Sadly, creating and checking their backup is something that lots of businesses mean to get around to doing… but it keeps moving down the task list.
It really should be right there at the top of the list. A daily verified backup of your data can mean the difference between a small problem and a full blown catastrophe.
And it’s not just data backup that can help give your business continuity. There are many other things you can put in place to make sure your business has every chance of survival if disaster strikes.
Although you may not always be able to avoid a disaster happening, you can minimise the impact if has on your business.
It would be the most awful feeling to see your business close when a little prevention could have saved it.
I wonder how many of the vital jobs you’ve checked off your to-do list?
Here’s how I know this to be true
My name is Barry Taylor and I own and run a local IT support and data security company.
I know exactly how busy life as a business owner can be. Sometimes jobs we know are important get moved to tomorrow, simply because we run out of time.
But in some cases, tomorrow can be too late.
That’s why we really stress the importance of disaster preparation to our clients. We ensure that they have all the right tools in place for their businesses to continue to run, even if their office burns down.
It sounds a bit far-fetched, but disasters do happen. It’s important that you prepare yourself to minimise the impact on your business should the worst happen.
For a short time, my team and I are offering businesses a disaster recovery review. Our experts will tell you what to implement, to give you the best possible chance to bounce back from a crisis.
They’ll talk to you about your business, what you do and the data you hold, as well as any safety net you currently have in place. Then they’ll make a series of recommendations to give you greater protection.
There’s no cost for our advice.
Before we go ahead, we’ll need to have a quick video call (no more than 15 minutes) to discuss your business, and answer your questions.
It’s really easy to arrange this. My live calendar is below. Take a look and select the appointment date and time that suits you best.
There’s no obligation to go ahead with the check after we talk. And certainly no obligation to buy anything, ever.
Book your 15 minute video call now: