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All hardware has an expiration date. You just might not know when.
Why Should You Always Have a Backup and Disaster Recover Plan (BDR)?
In 2016, the National Archives and Records Administration estimated that 93% of all companies experiencing a data loss event with more than 10 days of downtime will end up filing for bankruptcy. This is easily avoidable. It is also why a backup and disaster recovery plan, or BDR, is incredibly important to any business.
When the worst happens, will your business collapse? Or will it come back even stronger than before? It might not just be hardware failure that can affect your operations. Cyber attacks are more common than ever. Natural disasters are also unpredictable. A failure to plan for events like these is planning to fail.
Adopt a BDR plan immediately! A BDR plan is nothing more than the process of storing data in additional separate storage mediums. This is in addition to your primary storage centers. Duplicating your data makes it so you can easily recover when you need to and carry on as if nothing happened.
Here is a look at how a backup and disaster recovery plan can help you.
BDR Protects Your Profits
Your profits are the result of the blood, sweat, and tears of your people working tirelessly to make your business succeed. When disaster strikes, you have to deal with downtime. The faster you can recover from this downtime, the faster you can go back to satisfying your customers and making money. A comprehensive BDR plan allows you to protect your data, recover it when the worst happens, and get back to conducting business.
BDR Improves Security Practices
With a backup and recovery plan, you will automatically store valuable, sensitive data away from your business site. This ends up being a datacenter in most cases. Datacenters offer incredibly advanced encryption, multiple safeguards, redundancies, and multiple restore points–all wrapped in a robust digital framework.
Adopting a BDR plan means adopting all these security practices and more. You can sleep easy knowing your data cannot be easily compromised by intruders or accidents.
BDR Improves Employee Productivity
One benefit that almost always shocks business owners is that BDR practices result in better productivity. By adopting a comprehensive and robust plan to protect, backup, and recover your data against large-scale disastrous events, you are also covered when you yourself experience downtime like vacations, sick leaves, or the changing of employees.
Data protection and backups are automated, giving you the freedom to focus your time elsewhere. This leads to better productivity.
BDR Stops Customers from Leaving
Modern clients know exactly what they want and how to get it. They are less forgiving of failure and downtime. If your business does not meet their expectations, they are going to jump ship. An IT related crisis can throw a curveball into your operations. Your best customers will leave for someone more reliable, safer to work with, and consistent.
BDR plans reduce your downtime to an absolute minimum. This allows you to carry on operations and retain all your customers. It gives you peace of mind that when the worst happens, you will confidently be able to retain your customers and carry on like nothing ever happened.
If protecting your profits is important to you, then why don’t you get a backup and disaster recovery plan right now? You never know when disaster can strike and it is always better to be safe than sorry.
At RP Tech Services, we pride ourselves in helping businesses protect themselves and even assist in migrating their operations to the Cloud. Contact us here to find out how we can help you backup and plan for disaster.