Backup and Disaster Recovery – Are You Prepared?

Fire, flood, theft, breach, Internet outage or simple human error can instantly stop a company in its tracks, and the ramifications can be long-lasting. Particularly for companies tied to hardcopy documentation, the risk of permanently losing important records is always an issue.

For small and medium-sized businesses, having a backup and disaster recovery plan (BDR) is as important for them as it is for the largest organizations.

BDR for Peace of Mind

Consider the consequences of losing email, your website, stored information, and Internet/Intranet service, and you’ll realize why having a comprehensive backup/disaster plan should be a priority.

Many businesses still rely on physical copies of documentation, from invoices and accounts payable/receivable to HR records and correspondence. Besides the time it takes to manually file and retrieve hardcopies, such documentation is at increased risk of loss, theft or natural disaster.

Digitizing hardcopies as part of a backup plan serves two key purposes – it provides a means to store data safely and securely, and it reduces the time employees spend manually copying, filing and retrieving hardcopies. It’s also an ideal option for saving important documents that you don’t need on a regular basis, but want to keep.

“Can We Afford Such a Plan?”

Another perspective on this question is: “can we afford to lose our documentation, temporarily or permanently?” Preparing for the worst is a common strategy among the most successful companies of all sizes.

PrimeEdge representatives are trained and experienced in designing customized, cloud-based plans that you can implement and afford, based on your priorities.

 

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