A recent study discovered that, of companies experiencing a “major loss” of computer records, 43 percent never reopened, 51 percent closed within two years of the loss, and a mere 6 percent survived over the long-term. These statistics highlight the necessity of crafting a Business Continuity Planning (BCP) strategy grounded in a robust data backup and recovery.
In earlier years, data loss was usually blamed on user error and natural disasters. But the times are changing. As technologies advanced and cybercrime continues to rise, your network may be at greater risk of data loss. Power outages, fires, and floods still pose a risk, but phishing scams and ransomware are