Why You Need A Backup And Disaster Recovery Plan

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How Having A Backup And Disaster Recovery Plan Can Protect You

96% of companies with a reliable backup and disaster recovery plan survive a ransomware attack…

Yet on average, businesses that AREN’T prepared to lose over $100,000 per ransomware incident due to costs associated with downtime and recovery. A reliable backup and disaster recovery plan will make a world of difference when it comes to the aftermath of common threats.

It’s not only cybercrime you need to worry about, but it’s also human errors like accidental file deletion, spills on hardware, and more. On top of that, there is the risk of natural disasters like hurricanes or massive storms that may result in outages – potentially leaving files unrecoverable.

Why You Need A Backup And Disaster Recovery Plan

Why You Can’t Afford To Operate Without A Data Backup And Disaster Recovery Plan

Outsource Solutions Group, Inc (OSG) offers data backup and disaster recovery planning that businesses can depend on. We ensure that regardless of circumstances, you are always able to count on having access to data that keeps your business running. How does our data backup and disaster recovery planning work?

  1. A backup and disaster recovery appliance (BDR) backs-up each server as frequently as every 15 minutes.
  2. A highly secure data center stores another copy of your backups if both the server and BDR appliance are impacted.
  3. A layered cybersecurity approach is implemented to minimize the likelihood of an attack impacting your operations while the BDR appliance and cloud-based backups are in place to protect against natural disasters and human errors.

This 3-step approach is essential to minimizing the risk of costly data loss in the event of a natural disaster, cyberattack, or human error. Industry studies have found that small breaches involving fewer than 100 files can cost upwards of $18,120 – $35,720. Many small businesses experience this type of loss at least once. You can’t avoid every instance of data loss entirely, but you can prepare for it.

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