Business Continuity: Putting Power In Someone Else’s Hands


Letting go of control can be hard when it comes to your business. After all, you have put your sweat, blood, and tears into building a successful company, now the time has come for you to give up some of the responsibility for its continued success. You could opt to micromanage every part of your business to make sure it is working just the way you want. But you know it, and we know it: When it comes to managing your I.T. networks, this isn’t what is best for your success.


You want your business to be successful and you want it to thrive among its competitors. To do this, you need to make sure it is safe from cyber attacks and has the best recovery options if disasters do occur. In this day and age, you are not the person who can make this happen. You are going to need help.


Business continuity means having a plan that allows your business to deal with and recover from disasters. These can include flooding, fires, or hardware failures. But, they are most likely to be a result of cyber attacks which are becoming increasingly common and severe among small-medium enterprises. Cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated, but so is the combative technology to stop them. To protect your business, you will need someone who knows the ins and outs of this technology to know how best to implement it and avoid any legal or financial issues that may arise from a cyber attack.


You will need to give up some of your responsibility and control to other I.T. companies who have the financial and technological capability to protect your business. One way to do this may be through cloud computing. Having your business’s data on the cloud means if a disaster occurs, your data is backed up and is restored in minutes.


Companies that offer cloud computing are usually large corporations with the capital to ensure your data is protected by state of the art technology and some of the brightest minds. This is a level of protection that a small-medium enterprise can’t afford. With cloud computing, you don’t have to give up complete control over your stored information. You can choose your own encryption keys, set the rules about who can/can’t access certain data, and maintain ownership over it. Cloud computing is used by the world’s largest companies. Amazon runs its entire business on its own cloud service.


If the time is not right for you to upgrade to cloud computing yet, you will still need the help of an  I.T. company who knows how to create an effective business continuity plan. These companies have your best interest at heart. They are helping you by taking over responsibility for cyber security and business continuity.


Hiring these companies will protect your data and allow you to live stress-free. It’ll give you peace of mind that if something goes wrong, you will have a technician working on the problem immediately. At first, you may feel uneasy about trusting another company to look after a business that you worked so hard to build. But soon after employing I.T. specialists, you will see that there is no better step in protecting your business.

We work closely with our clients to provide a perfectly tailored business continuity plan. For more information on how we can protect your business, give us a call on 0120486050. One of our technicians will be happy to talk you through the process.

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