Most business is now done online, which means that businesses (and their customers) are more susceptible to data disasters than ever before. Plus, now that businesses rely primarily on remote workforces and processes, the risk is elevated even further.
Regardless of what kind of data disaster we’re talking about, whether it be a hardware failure, ransomware, or a simple Windows error, it’s vital as a business to have a disaster recovery plan should you, unfortunately, ever experience such a disaster.
Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Plans Are Cost-Efficient
Instead of paying hand-over-foot for expensive data recovery, it’s almost always cheaper to have a disaster recovery plan already in place. These plans don’t have to be incredibly complicated, either; your disaster recovery plan might be as simple as retrieving your data from cloud storage.
Even in cases where local storage is required, with a disaster recovery plan already in place, it’s still cheaper than frantically searching for a professional retrieval solution after a disaster has already occurred.
Downtime Hurts Your Reputation
More than just saving money, having a disaster recovery plan also helps to maintain client relations and industry reputation through reduced downtime. After all, your customers and shareholders won’t be happy if you’re down for too long. With a plan in place, you can retrieve your data and jump back online much more quickly.
If you’re looking for a professional backup system with real-time backup or scheduled backup to the cloud, local storage (or both), OnePointSync has the disaster recovery plan for you. Specializing in IT backup solutions and accredited by the Better Business Bureau, no company is more qualified to handle your data security needs than OnePointSync.