Category Archives: Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity

Small Businesses Need to Invest in Business Continuity Measures

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If you run a small business, you might be thinking, “Who would come after a small business like ours?” The surprising truth is that small businesses are just as much at risk for cyber-attacks and business disruptions as larger companies—43% of all cyberattacks target small businesses. With this in mind, it’s clear that small businesses […]

How Often Should Your Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Be Reviewed & Tested?

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Let’s face it – Disaster can break your business if you’re not prepared with a business continuity plan (BCP). According to FEMA, around 90% of businesses fail and shut down within a year if they are unable to recover within 5 days after a disaster. With proper continuity planning, you can identify potential risks within […]

How to Create a Strong Business Continuity Plan for Your Utah Business

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$5,600 a minute. That’s the average cost of downtime for a business, according to a recent Gartner report. And while some downtime is inevitable, there are steps you can take to minimize the impact on your Utah business. One of the most important is creating a strong business continuity plan. What Is Business Continuity? Business […]

What Your Utah Business Needs to Know About Backup, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Did you know 96% of businesses have experienced at least 1 outage in a 3-year period?1 And while the percentage of businesses who backup their data is very promising at 93%2, it’s still essential to underscore the importance for not only backing up your business data, but having quality disaster recovery and business continuity plans […]

How Are Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Related?

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

The way a firm responds to an emergency or other unanticipated occurrence may have a significant influence on how quickly it can resume operations and its future prospects. With the past years being affected by a worldwide pandemic, businesses are in more need than ever of creating a business continuity plan. Preparing for a disaster […]