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Here are a few ways to protect your business against natural disasters
Make an evacuation plan and perform regular drills to ensure the right execution
Clearly outline how you’ll notify employees and clients
Prepare grab-and-go emergency kits for onsite personnel
Have redundancies for key resources such as power, equipment, and supplies
1 in 5 companies spend no time maintaining their plan. And so, following a disaster, 90% of small companies fail within a year unless they can resume operations within 5 days.
On the other hand, 20% of larger companies spend over 10 days per month on their continuity plans.
Secure your business externally via camera installations and other security measures
Make sure your wires are organized and in working order to prevent disasters.
Prevent malwares, ransomwares, and hackers from destroying your systems.
Create a strategic continuity plan that helps you become operational again quickly
Your Business continuity plan should include the following:
With security breaches hitting SMBs more than ever, it is essential to plan for looming disaster.
Fortify your critical data files from being tampered by unauthorized access and malwares.
In the unlikely case your data is lost, our computer services also include rapid recovery of your files.
proactive system monitoring so you can nip problems in the bud.