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A “disaster” can take many forms. The ones that usually come to mind are natural: flood, hurricane, fire, earthquake. Disasters can also be caused by humans and include cyber security incidents such as a DDoS attack or a data breach. Either way, you need to have a business continuity plan in place, or you risk having to recover from catastrophic downtime.
According to research from Statista, in 2019 25% of global businesses reported that the average hourly cost of downtime was between $301,000 and $400,000. Most businesses can’t afford financial costs that high in addition to the damage done to their reputations when their systems are down.
It’s time to prioritize business continuity planning. Here are four steps for creating a plan that will keep you up and running no matter what kind of disaster strikes.
Unfortunately, disasters are bound to occur. The good news is that with a strong business continuity plan in place, the impact of any type of disaster on your business will be minimal.
The experts at Access One are here to help you put the pieces of your business continuity plan in place – from cloud backup to voice solutions that stay online in a disaster. To keep your business up and running no matter what happens, contact Access One today.