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The Better Your Remote Data Backup Plan Is, the Sooner You Are Back in Business
A comprehensive data backup plan is more than an asset to a business—it is an absolute necessity to staying in business. Recent studies have shown that only 10% of businesses that suffer major data loss are able to fully recover from it, and 60% of these businesses fail within six months of the incident.
This is scary alone, but imagine losing tax records, payroll records, invoicing, product information, employee records, and even customers’ financial information? This is what you face without a data backup plan. That is the kind of loss that puts organizations out of business for good. At LISS Technologies, our goal is to make sure you have a reliable data backup plan in place as part of your overall business continuity strategy.
What Do You Need to Protect?
Losing any data permanently can impair your business, but any data backup plan needs to prioritize data by how critical it is to keeping your business operational. The focus of a data backup plan is to protect everything while making sure you can restore important data at a moment’s notice.
What Are the Risks?
Phishing attacks and malware are a risk for every business, but depending on where you are in the world, you also have to take flooding, storms, earthquakes, wildfires, and other threats like operational errors and employee errors into account.
Cloud Data Backup That Makes Sense for Your Business
Breathe easy knowing you have a reliable, affordable data backup plan that is customized to your business needs.
Effective data backup strategies are different things to different businesses, and LISS Technologies knows how to sort through what makes your business and industry unique. Important details to consider include:
- Cost – Your data backup plan has to be affordable. You really can put a price on the cost of a data breach. Once you understand how much the worst case scenario would cost, it puts the cost of the backup plan into perspective.
- Storage Solution – Your choice between cloud-based backup and physical backup will be dictated by the frequency and sensitivity of the data with which you work.
- Responsibility – A clear disaster recovery plan needs a designated person responsible for coordinating. This person must be trained and ready to handle anything.
- Storage Length – Industry regulations or company policy may dictate how long data needs to be retained.
We Understand Your Business to Better Protect It
No company should fail because they didn’t have an adequate data backup plan in place. Trust our data backup services.