Most small and mid-sized businesses aren’t doing enough when it comes to business continuity and disaster planning. Are you?
You store sensitive data about your customers, employees, and your business. The cost of losing that data is great. Yet, according to a report by VMware Inc, only 50% of businesses have a business continuity plan in place to protect their entire business infrastructure. It’s time to change that.
Our guide covers some direct and indirect costs of downtime including:
- Lost or unhappy clients
- Negative impacts on your brand or reputation.
- Disgruntled employees.
Learn more about these steps to improve your disaster recovery plan:
- Recognizing the need and importance
- Impact analysis and risk assessment
- Look to recent tech trends that simplify planning