When it comes to disaster planning, business owners have a lot to be concerned about. From floods, hurricanes, tropical storms to electrical fires and employee error – there’s a lot in the air as far as valuable business data and assets go. That’s why having a hurricane and disaster plan is so important. If it’s starting to seem a little cumbersome to manage all of your technology, understand strategically how it can work together and still have a plan for what can happen, you’re not alone. According to YourOrganizedGuide.com 38% of business owners worry about being on-call 24/7 and 41% of business owners say it is taking a toll on their physical health. It’s part of the reason we wrote our recent blog: 3 Ways Business Technology Compromise is Impacting Your Quality of Life. So, while you’re sitting there wondering and stressing, it’s possible that introducing new technology can help you with more than one of these considerations. More and more we’ve seen our clients benefit across the board from cloud migrations. We also think that the cloud can improve your disaster planning concerns significantly – and here’s how:
If you’re struggling to find that balance between budget, technology innovation, risk and disaster planning – it’s probably time to engage a professional to help you understand where you’re at, where you should be and what services you can engage within the budget that you have to get there. Business owners struggle with enough stress as it is. With hurricane season upon us and major weather events happening all the time, it’s time to look at how your business technology should be updated proactively to accommodate for the worst case scenario while also benefitting you from a feature and flexibility perspective.