Business continuity and disaster recovery are two necessary evils in today’s tech-reliant business world. On the one hand, the terms are used interchangeably and even sometimes grouped together as the acronym BC/DR.
In easy, layman’s terms they each serve to help every business – big or small – prepare for any disruptive occurrence.
You’re working on a big project for your business. You were up all night thinking about it and planning so you grabbed a coffee on your way to work. Suddenly, in your half-asleep stupor, you dump it all over the computer and lose the progress that you made.
In this final piece about Data Loss Prevention, we examine some important characteristics of DLP Software Packages, and some of the leading ones that you should consider acquiring for your business or corporation.
To any business or corporation, information and data are the blood flow of daily operations. This consists of market intelligence as it relates to your competition, the sensitive customer information (such as contact info, credit card/banking numbers, etc.), and even your own internal data.
Does your organization depend on your network for day-to-day operations? One quick way to answer this question is by asking, “If my network stops working, can my team keep working?” When they can’t, the consequences of a network outage are frequently fourfold:
Irreparable data loss
However, a comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery platform can help mitigate the effects of a network outage and even restore normal operations sooner than you thought possible.
Let’s be realistic. If your network stops working, so does your business. Fires, natural disasters, cyber attacks, and hardware failure can all strike at any time, potentially resulting in critical data loss and business downtime.
If you want to focus on business growth, developing a risk management strategy is the first step to ensuring that technical failures, natural disasters, or other catastrophes don’t slow your business down.