Disaster Recovery: Think it won’t happen to you? Think again.
Learn how to safeguard your organisation against disaster, whilst ensuring business continuity in the wake of a major crisis.
Anything from a simple power outage through to a wide-scale network failure can result in large potential revenue losses without a robust plan in place.
The only way to limit damage from any business failure — be it online or offline — is preparation. But when you’re thinking about business continuity, what constitutes a disaster and how can you assess the potential impact? More importantly, how can you possibly prepare for the unknown?
This essential go-to guide will help you identify what you need to do when your business systems fail you.
Do I really need a Disaster Recovery plan?
|When we discuss business continuity and Disaster Recovery (DR), how likely is it that your business will be at risk?|
|20% of companies will suffer fire, flood, power failures, terrorism or hardware / software disasters.||Of those without a DRP, 80% that experience significant data loss are likely to go out of business within one month.||43% of businesses unable to resume operations within 10 days will never reopen.|
What else is inside?
- Who is most at risk? Discover what could be damaged and why you may be more at risk
- Creating a DR plan by understanding your position and assign responsibility
- How to remain secure by extending your knowledge and leveraging cloud-based security
- Involving your people in the process
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