Could your business survive a disaster?
If your business was destroyed by a tornado tonight, how long would it take for you to be back in operation?
Gartner estimates that only 35% of small to middle-sized businesses have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. A Touche Ross study stated that the survival rate for companies without a disaster recovery plan is less than 10%.
Don’t rely on business insurance
A business insurance policy may only cover loss or damage to your inventory and equipment. Even if your organization survives a disaster, without effective planning you may face the inability to meet your obligations to clients, missed market opportunities, lost profits...
Business continuity planning is a strategy. It ensures continuity of operations with minimal service outage or downtime.
A business disaster recovery plan has the capability to restore data and critical applications in the event your systems are destroyed when disaster strikes.
For businesses, having a disaster recovery plan in place is not optional--it's critical. And it isn't just natural disasters that affect businesses. There are plenty of man-made events that cause business slowdowns or shutdowns as well--from ransomware to accidental file deletion.
Don’t take chances. Protect your business digital assets with the implementation of a disaster recovery and business continuity strategy to reduce the risk of business interruption. Contact Chattanooga Business Machines to discuss your needs at 423-855-5222 or Support@cbmtn.com.