Don’t Break Your Business’s Heart This Valentine’s Day
In honor of today, show your business you care by prioritizing a disaster recovery plan in your budget.
Your company is made up of many parts: vital organs, if you will, that keep it functioning smoothly. Those parts consist of data, employees, office equipment, Internet and voice connectivity, etc.
If one of those organs unexpectedly shuts down during an everyday event such as an electrical fire or water main break, which businesses all over the nation face, what would happen to your business?
It would experience downtime.
Downtime costs small businesses approximately $6,900 per hour. If you’re a large business, that number jumps to $1,130,000 per hour.
Don’t break your business’s heart. The only thing harder than planning for an emergency is explaining why you didn’t.
There’s nothing wrong with a do-it-yourself attitude, but when it comes to recovering your business after a disaster, it’s best to leave it to the professionals.
Let us help.
Set a date for a webinar, and we’ll help you identify the disaster recovery solutions that work for your business.
Schedule it here.