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With 1.5million businesses on the internet in the UK, the web is an extremely competitive environment and great companies are now recognising the importance of choosing a business class hosting provider with the technical infrastructure and professional qualifications to protect their brand and accelerate growth. It is no surprise therefore that sourcing a reliable, proactive hosting partner is a top priority for business owners and IT professionals this year. In fact 91% of UK businesses are now demanding professionally qualified, UK based, rapid response hosting engineers available 24/7 as a minimum standard. This report highlights all that you should expect as standard from your hosting provider.
Every week £171.9 million is spent on internet retail but just 15 per cent of British companies are harnessing the internet's sales potential. Did you know 1,156,400 people use a search engine once a day? If you're not listed on Google you'll be working very hard for little return on investment. And with this level of competition it's not enough to be on page four or five of the search engines, you need to be on page one.
A suitable and effective plan to combat disaster is vital in the day to day continuity of every organisation on Earth. Planning business continuity is planning for the unexpected. If procedures are performed correctly it should minimise the effects of disaster on a business, enabling quick and efficient recovery. In light of the catastrophic events of the last decade, solid business continuity plans remain a prominent topic.