Both small businesses and large enterprises rely on the ability to have secure and accessible data. It takes only minutes in a flood or fire to lose years of important information. Depending on the size of your business, even a short downtime can cost you millions of dollars. No one wants to face that kind of loss or hassle.
Cloud backup and disaster recovery automatically transfers your data offsite for storage and recovery, keeping it safe and accessible in offsite storage. No matter what kind of disaster strikes, natural or man-made, your organization can quickly restore data from moments before the event occurred.and have 24/7 access to it.
Here are six reasons why cloud backup and disaster recovery are something you should implement today.
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