How To Make Sure A Hard Drive Failure, Virus, Disgruntled Employee Or Other Disaster Doesn't Destroy Everything You've Worked So Hard To Achieve In Your Business
A conversation with small business owners concerning the protection of the businesses they have worked so many long hard hours to establish and grow:
Small business owners are usually invested in their companies far more deeply than the CEO's of large corporations. This comes in the form of both financial and emotional investment.
When a large corporation experiences a data loss they are usually able to mitigate the loss, possibly pay some fines, one or two heads will roll and then they will move on, recording it as a business loss and a cost of doing business. The CEO still gets paid, the employees are still employed, and the business is still operating.
When a small business has a major data loss, on average 43% are forced to close their doors immediately and forever.‡ Period. Of those remaining, 51% close within two years. In either case the owner's livelihood is gone. All of the work and sweat and tears they have poured into the business are no longer relevant. His employees are now unemployed and have to support themselves and their families through other means. There may be litigation and in some cases fines.
Just think of the information you could lose. All of your line-of-business data, not to mention accounts receivable, accounts payable, tax information, employee information, real estate records, emails and contact information, etc. The list is only limited by your own situation.
If this scares you a little, maybe today is the day you will call us for information on how we can make sure your business is one of the mere 6% to survive.
Why focus on backup when what you really need is to stay up? Not only can you be assured that you are in business the next day, we can keep your system running regardless of what happens; be it hard drive crash or natural disaster, your data is safe and available within minutes of a problem.
Call Networking Delaware today…. Before something happens you cannot correct and you become part of the 43% out of business instead of being a member of the elite 6% who can weather any storm.
‡ From http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/ (search for Gartner)
"The Gartner Group says that 43 percent of companies were immediately put out of business by a "major loss" of computer records, and another 51 percent permanently closed their doors within two years - leaving a mere six percent "survival" rate".