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Category: Data recovery
9 October, 2012
More and more companies rely on online data management for the daily running of their business.
However, was there to be a natural disaster such as a flood or a hurricane, there is a huge threat to business continuity.
As well as shutting down the business for the day, week or however long the disaster occurs - should the data be physically stored and ruined, the information would be gone forever.
To take precautions against this, businesses should switch their information to the cloud to ensure that, should disaster strike, their data would easily be recovered.
As well as allowing for quick data recovery, cloud computing also enables businesses to continue even if the office is shut down.
Through the use of laptops and smartphones, employees have the ability to work from home - which would be a necessary measure to business continuity should the office need to close for any reason.
It is wise to choose a data recovery company one who has a track record in recovering from the type of data loss you have experienced.
Posted by Lucy Hill