Damaged hard driveYour business is not immune to interruption. The term “disaster” conjures up images of flooding, hurricanes, and wildfires, but if you don’t live in an area typically impacted by these natural disasters, it’s easy to think that you don’t have to worry about it. Disaster recovery and business continuity isn’t just for these sorts of events, though. Server failures, 100 year storms, carrier outages, and more can impact your business.

60% of companies go out of business within 6 months of a significant data loss and yet only 4 out of 10 companies have a complete business continuity recovery plan. Just having regular backup of your data is a good start, but how long does it take you to recover that data? Can you fail over? How long before your employees are back to work? Will your business recover if your systems are down for a full day? What about a week? If you don’t have a business continuity plan or if it’s just time to review your current plan, we have partnered with Epoch to create a webinar for you.

In this webinar, you will learn how to minimize your risk with:

  • Different options available today for business continuity
  • Steps for defining your business continuity plan
  • How to best leverage the cloud for replication
  • Benefits of and strategies for georedundancy
  • Tips for keeping costs in check

View this informative webinar and get strategies for customizing your business continuity plan to your company’s needs.