Cyber-attacks have been on the rise around the world for a number of years. Most recently, the NHS, amongst other organisations, was affected by a ransomware attack making it impossible for staff to access patient records or use email and phone lines.
However, such an attack on your organisation needn’t cause business critical operations to come to a halt. Having a disaster recovery plan in place minimises the effects of disaster and ensures operational continuity.
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We explain disaster recovery plans and the implications of not having a comprehensive disaster recovery strategy.
A backup is an essential element of disaster recovery. Our whitepaper explains what a backup is and how they work.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in force, we discuss the implications of a data breach and loss of data.
The method of backup you require depends on a range of factors. We break down the most common methods and their advantages.
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Regardless of the size of your business or the industry you operate in, a backup plan is crucial. While you cannot be prepared for every possible scenario, you can make sure your business is prepared for the worst with a comprehensive disaster recovery plan.
With more than 30% of businesses with no disaster recovery strategy in place, now is the time to ensure you’re prepared for disaster. Data is becoming an organisation’s most crucial resource. How valuable is your business data? With the last year seeing more cyber-attacks than any other, regularly backing up your digital assets and wising up to cyber-threats is important now more than ever.
Our whitepaper explains disaster reovery and provides guidance for protecting your business. Download your whitepaper today.
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