DON’T BE AN APRIL FOOL
Be prepared. Review your backup solutions on 31st March 2021
With the Covid-19 pandemic bringing yet more closures of brick-and-mortar businesses, there’s been a well-documented growth in eCommerce and general online interactions within the business community. And it’s been encouraging to see how many organisations have successfully pivoted to embrace digital in the last 12 months.
A burst water pipe; office fire; IT breach; terrorist attack; perhaps even a global pandemic. All of these are disasters that most of us don’t want to consider as we get on with our day-to-day business. But don’t be fooled into thinking that they’ll never happen to you. If 2020 has taught organisations around the world anything, it’s that preparing for the worst is a prudent course of action.
Businesses are more reliant on information technology than they have ever been. Whether it’s the hardware required to keep an office running smoothly or the essential software needed to manage clients and customers, there’s not much left in the modern workplace that isn’t linked to IT in some way.
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