Backing up your files is key to protecting your business, especially if you have sensitive client data, such as banking or health information. For example, losing access to a patient's medical history right before an urgent surgery may delay the operation and increase health risks for the patient.
Data backup best practices every business should follow
A guide to developing an effective data backup plan
From earthquakes to wildfires to cyberattacks, disasters could strike at any time and cause considerable damage to California businesses. Unfortunately, small- to medium-sized businesses tend to be the most vulnerable. According to Ready.gov, 75% of businesses without a disaster preparation and continuity plan will be forced to close their doors within three years of experiencing an earthquake.