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Reduce Risk and Increase Profits: The 4 Way Plan to Right Disaster Recovery

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Mon, Feb 02, 2015 @ 01:55

Don't wait until disaster strikes and capsizes your business. Security threats are real, on the rise, and no business, regardless of reputation or size, is safe. Yet when an unforeseen event occurs that disrupts your business, having a disaster recovery plan reduces the adverse affect on data loss and business down-time. Here are 4 Ways Having the Right Disaster Recovery Plan Can Reduce Risk & Increase Profits.

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Topics: Disaster Planning

5 Real World Advantages to Implementing Disaster Recovery Solutions

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Wed, Jan 28, 2015 @ 08:08

Without a strong disaster recovery plan in place, your business is at risk of going bankrupt if you experience a disruptive event. For example, losing data due to a cyber-attack, equipment failure, or violent weather phenomenon might set you back behind competitors, drain your budget, and cost you customer trust.

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Topics: Disaster Planning

3 Benefits of File & Application Enhancement Technology

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Mon, Jan 26, 2015 @ 09:59

When you are looking for an IT consulting and support company, there are several factors to consider during your search.  There are many companies to choose from when you are ready to make your selection.  Before you talk to any IT consultant, make sure to review the key points of what you want them to offer in their disaster recovery options.  The importance of this type of plan is self-explanatory if you have ever had an issue, but the idea is to have one in place BEFORE you need it.

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Topics: Disaster Planning

287,000 Reasons For Your Company To Establish Proper Disaster Recovery Systems

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Thu, Jan 22, 2015 @ 02:53

Every company is at some degree of risk for disasters. Every year, the continental US is battered with tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, earthquakes, and more. However, disaster doesn't just come from Mother Nature’s fury. Companies are also at risk of burglaries, theft, and terrorism. Add all of that to the fact that any serious down time or disruption to your company's daily workings could potentially sink your ship, and you have a very scary picture painted. Is your company prepared to weather the storm?

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Topics: Business Continuity Planning

What Are 6 Business Challenges Technology-Based Solutions Can Help You Overcome?

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Tue, Jan 20, 2015 @ 09:34

There are many reasons to call on IT support for your technology needs. These reasons include the common computer problems your company might face; they also extend to other issues - specifically, the way you can use technology-based solutions to respond to a variety of business challenges.

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Topics: Business Strategy

Do I Have The Proper Software Licensing?

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Wed, Jan 14, 2015 @ 01:00

Your business success depends in part on well-managed, legally obtained software. Throughout the business day, you and your employees likely tap into a number of different software programs, which allow you to do anything from typing up important documents to keeping track of your financial accounts.

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Topics: Desktop Support

3 Types of Disaster Recovery Control Measures You Should Know About

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Mon, Jan 12, 2015 @ 10:01

For your business to survive, you need to prepare for possible disasters.

Disasters can come in different forms, ranging from terrible weather that destroys your office or cuts off your power supply to malware that infects your network.

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Topics: Business Continuity Planning, BDR

Does My Business Have Enough Security? If Not, What Are Its Vulnerabilities?

Posted by Douglas Eldridge on Wed, Jan 07, 2015 @ 03:55

A recent article from Dark Reading highlights the potentially steep costs of inadequate cyber security. Data breaches and other security failures can cost companies millions of dollars annually; the loss depends on the extent of the breach and the kinds of data stolen.

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Topics: Data Security

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