Disaster can happen

Nobody thinks that disaster will happen to them. It is good to be hopeful but it is also good to be prepared because unfortunately they happen not matter how much we hope and pray that they never do.

Disasters come in many different forms and instances. Whether it’s a natural disaster or if it is an occurrence that is detrimental to your business.

While you are running and managing a successful business you do things to protect the company you work so hard at building. There are many ways that companies need protection. While implementing solutions for protecting your business do not forget the great importance of protecting

If you are not protecting these things then you are putting your company, your assets, your clients and your employees at risk.

You have built a strong company now it is time to protect it. Your documents can have a lot of information in them that could put your company at risk if it is stolen by hackers or thieves or if it is lost or damaged.

There are many threats that your company needs to be prepared for and these threats include but are not limited to:

  1. Software corruption – This can happen by hardware fault, software bug, or user error. It is one of the biggest causes of data loss and system downtime.
  2. Employee mistakes –Human error accounts for around 32% of all data loss so you need to have protection in place in case this occurs. Sometimes employees can accidentally delete or misplace files.
  3. Hardware problems: There are many things that can happen to your hardware such as your hardware collapsing and overheating can happen.
  4. Natural disaster: This includes occurrences such as flooding, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis and much more! You might think these things aren’t likely to happen to you but they can! You need to be prepared for these things!
  5. Computer viruses – Viruses are a common thing among both personal and business computers and can completely destroy your hard drive among putting you at danger of losing your information to hackers and thieves. A study shows that, “Targeted cyber attacks against small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) have more than doubled, jumping from 18 percent in 2011 to 36 percent in 2012.”

If you do not have a solution for protecting your business then contact us to learn more!