Emerge Blog

Emerge has been serving the Midwest region since 2004, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

3 Statistics That Show How Important Your Data Backup System Is

3 Statistics That Show How Important Your Data Backup System Is

The fear of losing data fuels the data backup market, and with all the new threats that are constantly trying to find you on the Internet, every company has to have a strategy to protect their data. A lot of small businesses struggle to recover if they don’t have proper continuity policies, including data backup, when there is a situation that causes them to lose data.

The fact is that a organization’s data is a critical component of its attempts to sustain operations after it’s hit with a disaster. Let’s look at three statistics that could relate to your business’ ability to protect its data.

Statistic #1: 20 Percent of All Small Businesses Will Be Hacked This Year
Some business owners think their business is too small to be hacked. This is wrong, and can put a company in great peril. In fact most businesses that get hacked suffer financial hardship, reputational demise, or worse. In fact, 60 percent of small businesses that have to deal with a major data loss incident, don’t last for long afterwards. 

You may not be able to control when and how you are going to be hacked, but by taking proactive measures to make sure that your data is secure, if it were to be hit with some form of data loss, you won’t have to worry about running the risk of company failure.

Statistic #2: 20 Percent of All SMBs Will Suffer Major Data Loss Once Every Five Years
Data’s role for business is changing. It is now an essential variable of most businesses, and since it’s stored digitally, it is easier to manage, but also easier to lose. One-in-five businesses will deal with major data loss at some point, and by being prepared for it, you can put it behind you and move your business forward

Statistic #3: Despite Having a Disaster Recovery Plan in Place, 33 Percent Are Unprepared
You get it, you think. You understand how important backup is and how it will bail you out of a tight spot. This is true, but there is much more to it than that. You need to have a disaster recovery plan in place that has firm answers on what systems need to be restored first and how much data and time you can lose before your business is in trouble. Testing your backup solution is important, but knowing about your business is essential to a successful data recovery.

At Emerge , our knowledgeable professionals can not only set you up with the technology your organization needs to keep from being a statistic, they can help put you in an advantageous position by helping you plan the backup and recovery platform you would need to save your business. For more information, call us today at 859-746-1030

 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Wednesday, 17 October 2018
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Mobile? Grab this Article!

Qr Code

Tag Cloud

Security Tip of the Week Technology Best Practices Cloud Privacy Hackers Malware Business Business Computing Productivity Email Computer Backup Internet Microsoft Network Security Hosted Solutions IT Services Windows 10 User Tips Mobile Devices Google Software Efficiency Smartphone Managed Service Provider Workplace Tips Ransomware Android Hardware Communication Business Continuity Managed IT Services Tech Term Small Business Data Management Social Media Data Facebook App Server Smartphones Browser Disaster Recovery Innovation Data Recovery Windows Cloud Computing Business Management IT Support Microsoft Office Upgrade Big Data Productivity Internet of Things Miscellaneous Office Network Saving Money IT Support Gmail Managed IT Services Apps Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity Passwords Spam Employer-Employee Relationship Data Backup Holiday Office 365 Phishing IT Management Encryption BYOD Robot Word Recovery Analytics Remote Monitoring WiFi Chrome Content Filtering Password Hosted Solution Office Tips Save Money Money VoIP Avoiding Downtime Mobile Device Management Government How To Paperless Office Risk Management Hacker Alert Firewall Work/Life Balance Outsourced IT Website Windows 10 Bandwidth Applications Customer Service Tip of the week Infrastructure Data storage Apple communications Business Technology Maintenance Virtual Reality Settings YouTube Budget SaaS Business Intelligence Data Security Social VPN Vulnerability IT service Education Automation Safety Computing Wireless Virtualization Physical Security The Internet of Things Wi-Fi Hacking Document Management Unified Threat Management Vendor Management Cybercrime Two-factor Authentication Antivirus Augmented Reality eWaste Analyitcs Training Mouse Downtime Tech Support LiFi End of Support Telephone Systems Automobile Search Remote Computing Troubleshooting Scam Presentation Specifications Network Management Laptop Legal Business Growth Upgrades Information Wireless Technology Touchscreen Users Update IT solutions Display HIPAA Business Owner Collaboration Data loss Cortana Going Green Chromebook Identity Theft Operating System Monitors Co-managed IT File Sharing Digital Printing Sports Google Drive Mobile Security Politics Bring Your Own Device IT Consultant Virtual Private Network Knowledge Websites Administration Printer Buisness Lithium-ion battery Server Management Marketing Twitter Botnet Virtual Desktop User Taxes Outlook Running Cable IBM Mobile Device Best Practice Cost Management Storage Customer Relationship Management Samsung Tablet Mobile Computing Competition Heating/Cooling Humor Health Computer Care Computers BDR Private Cloud Compliance Webcam Windows 8 Charging Lenovo Social Networking Undo Multi-Factor Security Assessment Quick Tips Dark Web Electronic Medical Records Desktop Continuity Cooperation Crowdsourcing Google Maps Phone System Error Regulations Point of Sale Fun Hacks Analysis Environment Superfish Motherboard Google Calendar Internet Exlporer Time Management Microsoft Excel Staffing Backups LED Solar Managed IT Staff Corporate Profile Managed Service Router Content Legislation Value Blockchain Gadgets GPS Network Congestion Deep Learning Company Culture Shortcut Wearable Technology Networking Modem Administrator WannaCry Web Server Current Events Streaming Comparison Professional Services Permissions Tracking Halloween IP Address Managing Stress Patch Management Law Enforcement Cookies 3D Printing Cameras Slack Black Friday USB Fraud Scary Stories Gadget Cabling Mobile Office Solid State Drive Cables Techology Nanotechnology Unsupported Software CCTV Monitoring Application Domains Dongle Emoji Supercomputer Wires IT Technicians Hard Drives Unified Threat Management Screen Reader Travel Spyware Cyber Monday Mobile Data Spying Google Docs iPhone Public Speaking Service Level Agreement Entrepreneur Servers Hotspot Black Market IT Budget Disaster Writing Alt Codes Voice over Internet Protocol Mail Merge Mirgation Refrigeration Smart Tech Motion Sickness CrashOverride Smart Technology G Suite Experience Information Technology Employee-Employer Relationship Smart Office Language Digital Payment Consumers Uninterrupted Power Supply Retail Typing FinTech Address Chatbots Access Control Connectivity How To Distributed Denial of Service Personal Information Google Wallet PowerPoint User Error Work Statistics Computing Infrastructure Processors Machine Learning Hard Disk Drive Social Engineering 5G Cryptocurrency MSP Identity SharePoint IoT Firefox Managed IT Service Computer Repair Cleaning Drones Onboarding Optimization Documents Bluetooth Alerts Relocation Unified Communications Meetings Bitcoin Development Downloads Star Wars Break Fix Digital Signage Dark Data Recycling PDF Licensing Notifications

Upcoming Events

No events