Plow through email, instead of snow.
Winter storms can cause the most slow-moving kind of natural disaster. They usually don’t destroy offices or infrastructure, but extended power failures and travel restrictions can severely harm productivity and efficiency. And even if you don’t live in a cold climate, your servers and data backups might. Which means an extra layer of preparedness is critical.
Gives a whole new meaning to screenburn.
Among natural disasters, fires can be the most destructive. But there is a way to avoid such a calamity: with a regular, remote, and redundant data backup solution. Because the only thing going up should be your profit, not your data in flames.
Keep your data current, not floating in one.
Floods can strike at a moment’s notice, taking a major toll on anything in their path. And if you don’t have a data backup and business recovery plan in place, high water can wash your critical information away in a heartbeat.
Sky high productivity, not peripherals.
Tornados are the most unpredictable of all natural disasters. And although they’re most common in particular parts of North America, they can strike anywhere at any time. Which makes a solid data backup and business continuity plan a must. After all, the only thing you want spinning is your data into the cloud.
Don’t let wind or rain knock you offline.
Whether you’re susceptible to hurricanes, tropical systems, or the severe weather that regularly accompanies cold fronts, wind, rain, and thunderstorms can inflict serious damage on your business. So a proactive backup and recovery approach is a necessity to keep your business online.
Humans can spill disaster, too.
Believe it or not, manmade accidents can wreak havoc on your business — statistics state that more than half of all business disasters are caused by employees. From coffee spills to unintentional security breaches to loss or theft, internal threats must be taken seriously.