Hurricane Arthur Cuts Power to Almost 20,000 Businesses and Homes — Don’t Let Your Business Be Caught Unprepared in the Event of a Disaster!
On July 10th, 2014, Hurricane Arthur struck North Carolina as a category 2 storm with winds of 100 mph. As the first hurricane of the Atlantic season, Hurricane Arthur cut power to almost 20,000 businesses and homes throughout affected regions. What would happen if your business happened to be one of the impacted businesses? Small to mid-size businesses are creating more data than ever before. And as a result, the value and reliance on data is increasing at a rapid rate.
Protect Your Data and Your Business Before It’s Too Late –
Disasters Occur at the Most Unexpected Times, Don’t Be Caught Unprepared in the Aftermath of a Disaster!
Your valuable business data is constantly at risk – from hurricanes to power outages to floods; there’s no room to take chances. When you’re not ensuring the protection of your data, you’re putting your business at risk. The consequences of not having a business continuity and data recovery plan include:
- Network disruption
- Expenses in terms of time and money
- Reputational damage
- Costly litigation
- Adverse impact on future operations
- Loss of customer confidence
- Possible business failures
And that’s just the beginning! When your technology is down, your business starts to lose revenue. In fact, the average small business loses $6900 per hour in the event of technology downtime.
Would Your Business Be Able to Recover in the Event of a Disaster?
If Not, Contact Network Essentials to Discuss Your Business Continuity and Data Recovery Options!
Our team of IT experts offers business continuity and data recovery planning to ensure:
- Your data is encrypted, collected, and backed up onsite and offsite
- Your onsite and offsite data backups are monitored around-the-clock
- You’re able to recover your data & IT systems in the event of a disaster
Ultimately, our business continuity and data recovery planning gives you peace of mind knowing your data is continuously archived, redundant, and ready to restore at a moment’s notice!