Business continuity is a critical yet often overlooked component of a sound business strategy. To consider what steps you would take to recover from a small hardware failure or power outage or a major natural disaster is not a pleasant task. If you rely on computer technology to operate (and you do!), then you fall into one of two categories; those who have lost data and those who have not yet. An unrecoverable loss of data can render your business inoperable - permanently.
Disaster can take many forms; from the failure of a hard drive or theft of a laptop, to a digruntled employee or computer virus that destroys data. These scenarios run all the way up the scale to a major natural disaster like an ice-storm or earthquake where public infrastructure is interupted for extended periods. Do your customers really care if you are shut down due to equipment theft or a fire? Their business must continue and they will seek other suppliers if you are not back on line quickly.
Starting with secure online backups, UPS installation, and central location of business-critical information; DHTS can provide guidance and assist in setting up your operation so that risk is mitigated to your comfort level.
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