Is Your Computer Data Truly Protected From Fire, Flood, Severe Storms Or Even Theft?

During this time of year the threat of fire, flood, severe storms, water damage from office sprinklers, and even theft is very real. One of the most valuable assets of any company is its data. Hardware and software can easily be replaced, but a company’s data cannot!

As a reminder to all of our clients and friends, here are some simple things you should do to make sure your company is ready for any natural disaster.

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Back Up Your Data Remotely!

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Use a Quality Surge Protector With Uninterruptible Power Supply Battery.

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Make Sure Your Servers Are Off The Floor Or In The Cloud.

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Have A Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan.

FREE Guide: 12 Disaster Planning Essentials For Business IT Networks

12 Disaster Planning ReportFor more in-depth tips on how you can build a business continuity plan for your it network, download our Free Guide: 12 Disaster Planning Essentials For Business IT Networks: What You Need To Know To Avoid Losing Everything In An Instant.

The guide will be a real eye-opening for you and contains important information that can literally “save your bacon” in the event of a server crash, natural disaster, virus attack or other digital disasters.

Don’t lose everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve in an instant! This guide will reveal important planning strategies you should have in place now to protect yourself from common data-erasing disasters including natural hazards, human error, cybercriminals, hardware failure, software corruption, and other IT failures.

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Christina Sprock

Chief Commercial Officer, United Telecommunication Services