Join our webinar to find out how you can protect your business from downtime and prevent the loss of valuable data.
From files on your local server to data stored in the cloud with such services as Google’s G Suite and Microsoft’s Office 365. Making your business secure and instantly restorable at any time is crucial for business continuity.
Any interruption to an organisation’s ability to do business can have a negative impact on its long-term prospects. It is not only major events that can affect business but minor incidents that can bring them to a costly halt also. Wouldn’t it be perfect to have the ability to protect essential business data, delivering uninterrupted access to data on site, in transit, and in the cloud?
Data loss can be chilling and has serious financial implications but most importantly can have detrimental impact on you and your business’s reputation.
More and more cases of disaster by human error (deleting files/clicking bad links) or Ransomware attacks are UK wide and occurring globally that have the ability to stop businesses in their tracks with some very costly outcomes.
In fact human error is the number one cause of security and data breaches, responsible for 52 percent of incidents.
A business continuity plan is no longer a nice to have, it is now a necessity especially with the reliance that the financial services industry has on digital records, not to mention the requirements as set out by the ACCA as well as regulations such as PCI-DSS and the infamous GDPR.