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Your Business Needs Disaster Recovery Services and Here’s Why 

With cybercrime on the rise and natural disasters causing devastating damage, businesses can no longer afford to be unprepared for the worst. Having a reliable disaster recovery plan in place is essential for keeping your business afloat when the unexpected happens.

In this blog, we’ll discuss reasons why a disaster recovery plan is non-negotiable—and how working with an experienced provider can help you navigate even the most challenging disasters.

Businesses Can Afford to Face These Disasters

Bad actors and mother nature don’t discriminate based on company size or industry: all businesses are at risk of mayhem. Whether it’s a ransomware attack brought on by malicious software or an unexpected storm that causes power outages, the potential for disaster is always lurking in the background.

Some of the potential business-closing incidents that could strike at any time include:

• Natural disasters, like hurricanes, blizzards, or floods

• Fire and other accidental catastrophes

• Cyberattacks and data breaches

• Hardware malfunctions or human error

• Power outages or network failures

If your business is unprepared for these types of incidents, you could be forced to close your doors and write off the losses. In fact, in the aftermath of a data breach, 60% of small businesses are forced to shut down within 6 months.

How Disaster Recovery Services Protect Your Business

The good news is that with the right disaster recovery services, you can protect your business from unpredictable incidents and minimize any losses. Disaster recovery focuses on protecting your data and restoring operations as quickly as possible. By investing in a quality plan now, you can benefit from the following later:

1. Avoid Data Loss or Corruption

Data is the lifeblood of your business, and it must be protected from any potential disasters. The right services can help you back up, store, and restore data quickly and securely to minimize any damage.

2. Reduce Downtime

Researchers have estimated that a single hour of downtime can cost a business up to $300,000. With today’s technology, you don’t need to settle for lengthy outages. Quality disaster recovery services will help you quickly restore operations and get back to work with minimal interruption.

3. Keep Your Business Open

When a disaster strikes, the right recovery services will ensure you have the tools and resources to keep your doors open. With experienced professionals on your side, you’ll be able to recover quickly—and avoid shutting down your business for good.

4. Provide Excellent Customer Service During a Difficult Time

When disaster strikes, it’s more important than ever to stay connected with your customers. Quality recovery services will ensure you have the resources to prioritize your customer service to keep customers happy while your business gets back on track.

Partner with Envision Consulting to Protect Your Business from Uncertainty

Envision Consulting has over 20 years of experience helping businesses plan for the unexpected. We offer comprehensive disaster recovery services to ensure you and your customers are taken care of during any incident.

Our talented team combines cutting-edge technology with years of industry expertise to develop customized solutions tailored to fit your needs. We’ll work closely with you to develop a plan that protects your data and minimizes downtime for any situation.

Ready to get started? Set up a meeting today to learn more about how our disaster recovery services can protect your business from uncertainty. Together, we’ll ensure you’re prepared for anything that comes your way.

Envision Consulting

Envision Consulting

We started Envision Consulting for businesses that share our passion for building long- term and healthy relationships. While we might be technology experts, we’ve always known that trust, reliability and looking after a client’s best interest are paramount to succeeding in business. But in 2001 and to this day, there were few managed IT providers available that embodied our customer-centric values. There were countless support companies more interested in reacting to issues than paving the road forward for clients, making it far too difficult to build long-term relationships. We felt a strong pull to make something different, and we did.