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What to Do if You Have Lost All Your Data

October 24, 2011 Backup

In today's economy, if you're running a small to medium sized business, it's crucial to know what to do if you have lost all your data.  Hopefully, you have a plan in place and are working with a trusted IT partner. But if you're not, you need to know what to do if you have lost all your data.

More often than not, business owners are aware of the necessity of data backup.  If you're already suffered from data loss, you're fully aware of its value.  And, you also know that regardless of how your data is being backed up, the costs associated with it are well worth it.

Think about it – would you be able to conduct business as usual without pertinent information?  Do you think it's important to know what to do if you have lost all your data?  We certainly think so!  Unfortunately, if you're not backing up your data and do not have a plan in place as to what you would do in the unfortunate even of system failure, the chances of you recovering the date are slim.

Studies show that companies who experience a computer outage lasting more than 10 days will never fully recover financially.  You might be thinking to yourself, heck, hurricane season is just about over and we're haven’t' been affected by a storm as of yet, so we're totally safe!  You'd be wrong. Malicious spyware sent through emails, power outages from a downed power line, etc. - all of these things could potentially affect your computer systems and, as a result, affect your business and it's bottom line.

Without access to your data, there's a good chance you're business cannot run all that efficiently.  Why wouldn't you want to protect your important data that you, or your employees, have spent their time collecting?

It seems like a "no brainer", really.  Call us today and let us help protect your business so you no longer have to worry about what to do if you have lost all your data.

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