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Natural disasters are not the main cause of data loss
by: Brad Osborn, Service Manager, Bizco Technologies
People often think that it will be a weather related catastrophe that will bring down their network and cause data loss, however, a localized event is much more likely. In 2014, 88 percent of downtime was caused by isolated hardware failures or local power outages, not major destructive events such as fires and floods.
Our goal at Bizco is to partner with you to evaluate your network and its vulnerabilities and then craft a unique BCDR (Business Continuity / Disaster Recover) solution. Our preference is to focus on Business Continuity first, so that Disaster Recovery does not occur.
While you may think that you are immune from these issues, it is important to note that many businesses have a hard time recovering from the loss of income associated with a major data loss. In fact, according to the Red Cross, 40 percent of small businesses are so devastated after a major data loss that once they shut down, they never reopen.
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