With data loss, cyber security attacks and now coronavirus infection increasing on a daily basis, many small and medium sized businesses are yet to implement disaster recovery measures to protect themselves against unexpected threats that could cripple an organisation's operations. Infact, very few companies have formal plans in place for restoring system functionality and ensuring business continuity with the least possible downtime.
Having systems that can become vulnerable to generic failures, looming threats and malicious attacks is one of the key reasons why a disaster recovery (DR) plan is essential in this new technology driven era and why your business cannot be lagging behind. In some cases when disaster strikes - in whatever shape or form - there are no second chances and regardless of all the hard efforts put in to build a successful brand, your business could go under quickly.
So how do you plan for “what ifs” disaster recovery scenarios that could harm your business?
In this blog, we will explore common aspects of disaster recovery for business as well as steps you can take to be on the bright side should an unfortunate incident occur.