Focus on your backup and recovery processes and technology to save greater cost, diminished productivity, and ultimately, loss of end-user and customer confidence.
Many organizations have backup and recovery policies in place, but programs have not been verified recently. Increased computing complexity and constant changes in the business and IT environment lead to program and technology disparities and performance gaps. Locating expert backup and recovery resources internally can be difficult at best.
What is your business’s reputation worth?
How do you notify a customer that you’ve lost their order or record?
What do you do if you lose your contact information for all your clients, suppliers or partners?
If you can’t provide your service and run your business during a disaster, can your competitors?
How much will it cost to win back your customers from your competitors after you do recover?
How are you going explain your downtime to your investors, your associates, the media or your management?