May 28, 2012
When it comes to disasters, the question isn't if, but when they will occur. Ranging from minor power outages to catastrophic floods, disasters more often result from malicious tampering, computer failure, hardware theft, computer viruses, or hacking. Even more common is
the catastrophe of simply deleting a critical file accidentally.
Whatever the cause, if your company's information isn't protected when a serious glitch occurs, the digital assets that drive your business can be permanently lost. Possible consequences - ncluding reputation damage, lost revenue, legal liability, even the close of the business' are sobering. Companies must be proactive to ensure that when disaster strikes, their data will be protected, so they can get back to work as quickly as possible.