If your data is important to your business and you can’t afford to have your operations halted due to data loss or corruption
A written disaster recovery and business continuity plan, with recommendations to ensure your irreplaceable business data can be recovered in the event of a severe virus, hacker attack, or natural disaster like a flood or a fire is something every business or non-profit should have.
Disaster Recovery and Backup are NOT the same thing. A couple analogies:
Having a seat belt doesn’t mean you don’t need airbags. And vice-versa…
To put it another way: Backup is like roadside assistance. Your car goes down and you may need a jump, or need to be towed.
Disaster Recovery is like insurance… If I don’t have insurance – you’re in trouble. Disaster Recovery is the ability to recover from a full-system failure.
Is it time you created or had your Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plans reviewed?