Is your business protecting its critical information assets?
If disaster struck, would you know where to look to quickly recover your business data? Loss of important and critical business information is one of the leading causes of business failure. Insuring that you have systems and procedures in place that protect your business and client information from fire, hurricanes or other natural disasters, as well as theft or vandalism, can bring peace of mind to any business owner.
Here are a few things to consider when making this important business decision:
- Your choice in storage facilities matters– Where you store your media is just as important as your decision to store it. Choose a records management company that delivers 24/7 access, backup power, and has a facility designed to maintain integrity even in the event of a natural disaster.
- Climate control protects all types of media– Protecting your data from temperature and humidity fluctuations is critical to insuring that your optical disks, audio and video recordings, and microfiche and microfilm are safe.
- Rotation and backup– Media needs to be maintained, updated and stored in a manner that gives you immediate access to it, when you need it. Inventory tracking systems are available to quickly tell you where a record is stored, and can even deliver 24/7 digital access.
Protect your critical business information. Schedule a consultation today to talk about putting a disaster and recovery plan in place for your business.