Every month, over half a million hard drives and servers fail across the United States. When it's your business, suddenly you have an up close and personal experience with why it's vital to your company's bottom line that you regularly back up that data. But how can you prevent this potential disaster for your company? It's time to make sure you get a backup schedule and stick to it.
1. Data Loss is Unpredictable.
Whether it's a bird on the power lines, a hurricane or tornado, or a cyber hacker, it's impossible to predict when data loss is going to happen. That’s why it's important that you keep your data protected.
2. Audits and Archival Data.
The IRS agent waiting to perform an audit doesn't really care why you don't have your information. It's important to protect your company against extensive fines and fees by having information quickly available when it's needed most.
3. Disaster Recovery.
Disasters can hit unexpectedly at any time, and without your vital data backed up, the cost to recover can be astronomical. That's one of the reasons why so many companies never open their doors again after a disaster.
By staying on top of a data backup to make sure that your data is protected, you can help ensure that your business will be able to bounce back from any issue that may arise in the future. At Reliable Technology Solutions, our experts provide your business with comprehensive data backup services. Contact us today to get started!