In a world of efficiency, data, and connected everything, business continuity in the face of the unexpected has become far easier to achieve. But if you want to be as resilient as the best companies in the world, you will need the technology behind your organization to make it happen.
Disaster preparedness is something that many small businesses are, well… unprepared for.
Cloud backup can become a pillar of your disaster preparedness plan, ensuring that you can recover quickly when the unexpected occurs.
Why Your Organization Needs Backup and Disaster Recovery for Online Assets
Communication and data transfer are most commonly achieved online in today’s business landscape. Even for a small or medium-sized business, this is true. Look at your website and all the information it holds. Your customer records, or at least an aspect of them, are likely stored online and attached to your website database. The information you store on and around your website isn’t just data, it’s what your company uses to achieve its daily goals.
If your online presence is central to your operation, then your operation is also exposed to inherent risks including…
- Ransomware, viruses, and malware.
- Human error.
- Unauthorized access and loss of data.
- Hardware failure.
- Natural disasters.
There are ways you can mitigate some of these risks. With the right hosting provider, you can get enterprise-grade security solutions that help to safeguard your data. But things can still go wrong.
If you want to be sure that your online presence is protected, you need to do more than just secure it. You need to back it up.
Cloud Backup for Dedicated and Virtual Private Servers
Your dedicated or virtual private server can be integrated with a powerful cloud backup and disaster recovery platform, offered by HostRound, and powered by Acronis technology. Continue reading Cloud Backup and Your Disaster Preparedness Plan