Your business faces challenges at every turn, from cybersecurity threats to natural disasters. The worst thing you can do is not have a plan for what to do if disaster strikes. The best thing you can do is be prepared with both a disaster recovery plan and a business continuity plan.
Whether you're developing an IT strategy from scratch for an entirely new business or trying to update your existing strategy, there are a few fundamental components that should be part of any company's IT plan.
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IT is the lifeblood of most businesses. In this article, we’ll take a deep dive look at an IT support solution that you might not be aware of, a hybrid approach that allows you to keep your valuable in-house technicians onboard. Let’s talk about co-managed services.
Online fraud is a growing threat to businesses and their customers. From identity theft through to data breaches, cybercriminals are constantly finding new ways to utilize confidential information. With the right approach, you can prevent online fraud and keep your business safe.
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From cybersecurity incidents to natural disasters to losing a key staff member, you need a solid business continuity plan in place to protect your business during times of crisis. Here are 4 more ways that creating a business continuity plan can help your business.
No matter how well organized you are, there will always be things you can’t predict. Everything from natural disasters to equipment failure to human error can take your company offline. That’s why it’s vitally important to have a business continuity plan in place.
These strategies, at least the ones that work and which lead to profit, need to continue to be implemented to continue business growth. In other words, even when business is booming, you need to figure out how to keep it that way by looking at the bigger picture.