Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Can Your Business Recover from a Disaster?

As a business owner you need to know that you can recover from a disaster. Anything from hardware failure, a natural disaster, a rouge employee or a ransomware attack has the potential to put your data and business at risk. The most important part of any IT security plan is regularly verified and tested backups. Backups without verification and recovery testing contribute to a false sense of security. Be sure to ask your IT team to show you the backup verification and the recovery testing process which should be at least weekly. Running a backup is not the same as proving you can recover from a disaster using your backups.

Is your 365 data safe?

Protecting Your Data Is Protecting Your Business. It’s Not A Matter of If but When

According to the National Cyber Security Alliance study, 60% of businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months. Data loss means downtime and downtime will impact your bottom line with lost sales revenue, employee productivity, no email, physical damage to IT systems, customer dissatisfaction, contract penalties and recovery costs being a few of the impacts.

Most of the damage done in cyber-attacks is due to the inability of the company to respond due to a lack of a developed a cyber prevention and response strategy. If your email, financial data or customer data were suddenly inaccessible because of an attack, would you be able to get back up and running within minutes, hours, days, or at all? That depends on your business’s level of cyber resilience.

4 reasons why CEO’s should care about BCDR

How to Avoid Downtime with A Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Solution

How To Avoid Downtime

With a C2 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solution from Datto we will reduce downtime and if you are hit with ransomware, we can help you easily turn back the clock to a time before the attack happened. We will create a full Business Continuity strategy plan and execute it with you.

Protecting your data is protecting your business. More than likely, you have business insurance for your building, your employees, your vehicles, why not for your business data? You may end up using your Business Continuity solution before you use your insurance.

Downtime costs for SMB’s range from $8,000 to $10,000 per hour and with average downtime lasting 7 hours. These numbers do not include lost employee productivity and damage to your reputation. No two businesses are the same. Do you know how long your business can be down without it affecting your bottom line? Seconds / Minutes / Hours / Days / Never

Contact C2 Computer Services, Inc. to learn how we can keep your business running with a fully managed Business Continuity solution tailored to your business needs. We have a solution for every business no matter the size.