Mistakes business owners must avoid when making a disaster recovery plan

Did you know that a staggering 60% of small businesses hit by cyberattacks close their doors within six months after an attack? This stark statistic highlights the critical need for a robust disaster recovery plan (DRP). Unfortunately, even the most well-meaning organizations can fall victim to threats due to common mistakes that leave them vulnerable to downtime, data loss, and expensive recovery efforts.

A guide to planning your disaster recovery budget

Businesses are becoming increasingly vulnerable to a wide range of disasters, both natural and man-made. From hurricanes and floods to cyberattacks and power outages, disasters can have a devastating impact on a company's bottom line. One of the most important things a company can do to protect itself from the financial consequences of a disaster is to develop a disaster recovery plan (DRP). A DRP is a set of procedures and processes that will help a company get back up and running as quickly as possible after a disaster.

Disaster recovery plan: Key steps to protect your business

Disasters can strike at any time, putting your valuable data at risk and dealing catastrophic damage to your bottom line. But by following a few simple steps in creating a disaster recovery plan (DRP), you can safeguard your business from data loss events and ensure that your information remains secure in the face of any […]

Debunking the 3 biggest myths about disaster recovery

Businesses have a lot to worry about, and disaster recovery (DR) is often one of their top concerns. Unfortunately, many business owners are misled by misinformation and so end up not implementing the right precautionary measures to protect their data. In this blog post, we will debunk the top three myths about DR and help […]

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.

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