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Hurricane Dorian and your business

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It always comes down to this;  “Yes, I want to make sure my company is protected” but there is never enough time or money to get the disaster recovery plan together that you need. 

So let me ask you one question; “How long can your company be down before it goes out of business?”

Is it a month? A week? A Day? Depending on how you answer decides the priority to getting a plan together. In today’s world with cloud tools it is easier and less costly to put together a plan than it has been in the past. I know you are thinking getting me through this storm and I will get the plan together and in the following weeks you will believe that until the fear moves from “OH NO!” to “We will worry about it next time”. 

Did you know there has been 5 hurricanes since 2016 that were Cat 5?

This number is only going to increase, whether you believe in climate change or not more and more severe storms are coming and this isn’t going to change anytime soon. From hurricanes, to tornadoes and torrential rain storms and snow blizzards. Where ever you are in this country your business is at risk from increasing severe weather. So how will your business survive. 

Do you have a disaster recovery plan for your company?

When was the last time you reviewed it? Is it current? Have you tested it out? Remember your business and income rely on this.  We can help you review it and help you make changes to it. 

Don’t have a Disaster Recovery plan? 

No problem, We are more than happy to help you create a plan that fits for you and your company. 

Whether you have a Disaster Recovery plan or not we can help!

Call us or make an appointment today to have us review your plan or have us show you are more cost effective way to have a disaster recovery plan and continue your business. We will sit down with you and inventory all your systems and needs to make sure we capture everything. Interested in finding out more?
 

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