It’s important to have a disaster recovery plan, but it’s equally as important to make sure that it works. Here’s how.
To secure your backups, start by combining a local NAS or USB backup with a remote cloud backup (e.g., AWS or Google) for remote employees using storage.
Most businesses have a DR plan. But 23% of them admit to never testing their plans. That’s a problem — but not an unsolvable one.
A strategic disaster recovery plan drastically improves your odds of surviving an IT outage or data loss. Here’s where to start.
If you ever need help getting bailed out of a data center emergency, you can count on SCTG. But it’s better to prevent emergencies altogether.
In our experience, a good disaster recovery plan completely depends on the revenue and operational implications of downtime. The technology comes after.