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5 disasters your business should plan for now

Does your company have a disaster recovery plan in place? According to FEMA, roughly 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster. You don’t have to be one of them. Here are 5 disasters your business should be prepared for.

How to prepare for business continuity after a disaster

Data loss is something no business wants to deal with. But when disaster strikes, having a good business continuity plan in place puts the odds of recovering from a disaster greatly in your favor. Here are three ways you can start building your business continuity plan today.
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What is the 3-2-1 data backup rule and why do you need it?

Backing up your data should be part of any network security plan. It can be more complicated when you need to back up data for multiple computers connected on a large network. And that’s where the 3-2-1 data backup rule comes in. We’ll explain how it works and why you need it.
Disaster Recovery

Is a disaster recovery plan really necessary?

In 1998, a crew of 30 dedicated employees had their souls collectively torn from their bodies. An animated film that they had been working on for over a year was almost completely lost in no more than 30 seconds. All because of a single deletion command and no plan for disaster recovery.
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A Business Continuity Plan Is Not Simply Arranging for Data Backup

Data backups are only a small part of a proper business continuity plan. With 93% of businesses closing permanently after a disaster, it’s vital to have a plan that will fully restore your operations.
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Business Continuity Plan for Law Firms

What is your firm’s plan if the office experiences a loss?…