Don’t Gamble on Good Times
If you’re like most small business owners, you have some experience with minor disruptive technological glitches — broken workstations and the like. But have you given any thought to the effects of total systems failure? What if everything on your computers disappeared, permanently?
Catastrophic Data Loss
Data loss becomes catastrophic when a sizeable or vital set of data is damaged so badly that it can never be recovered. This happens when a hard drive is badly damaged, or its data is badly corrupted, and the data wasn’t properly backed up.
How would catastrophic data loss effect your company? Mostly likely, it would destroy it. Only 6% of mid-size companies that suffer catastrophic data loss ever recover. 43% of companies that suffer such a loss never even reopen.
That’s why CMIT Solutions of Gilbert and Mesa offers a wide range of disaster-prevention services for small-to-medium-sized businesses in every industry. Here are some of the highlights:
Off-site data storage. It’s very important to store your data away from your office. On-site backup units are convenient if a hard drive fails, but they do nothing to protect your data in the event of fire, flood or burglary.
Secure data transfer. It’s also important to protect your data as it’s being sent from your office to the storage site. We secure your data during transfer with 128-bit encryption, and then we test the backups to make sure you can recover it all.
Frequent data transfer. We back up your system every two hours.
The Importance of Disaster Prevention
Good disaster-prevention services are vital to any disaster recovery efforts, and are a key component of any business continuity plan. Contact us now for a comprehensive review of your security needs. Without a secure remote backup and disaster recovery system, you’re rolling the dice with your data and putting your company at risk.