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Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery In the U.S., nature's most destructive storms are hurricanes, costing millions (and sometimes billions) of dollars worth of damage every year. With 40% of all hurricanes hitting Florida alone, having a Disaster Recovery Plan is essential for every business. U.S. catastrophe losses, by cause, 1993-2012 40.4% 36% 7% 6.3% 4.7% 3.8% 1.8% Wind/ Hail/ Flood Hurricanes & Tornados Winter Storms Terrorism Geological Events Other Tropical Storms Hurricane direct hits on the mainland Total storms affecting Florida, by decade, 1860-2014 U.S. coastline, by state, 1851-2014 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 50 40 30 20 10 1960s 1890s 1920s 1950s 1990s 2010s Data Disaster Affects Your Business Have a Disaster Recovery Plan Businesses that do not reopen after a disaster 40% Employee preparation Businesses that fail within one year of a disaster Regular backups 25% Companies without well-conceived data protection that go out of business within 2 years of a major disaster 80% Equipment plan Work with an IT services provider Companies with their data center down for 10 days or more that file bankruptcy within one year of the disaster 93% Asset inventory Vendor communication plan PC users that lost all of their files due to a disaster 31% Sources: FEMA; US National Archives and Records Administration; National Archives & Records Administration in Washington: Insurance Information Institute; Hurricane Research Division (AOML'S-NOAA): State Climate Office of North Carolina Data Balance Reliable Business Technology Worry-Free IT

Disaster Recovery

shared by MarketingInColor on Jul 11
As technology continues to infiltrate every aspect of doing business, having an up-to-date disaster recovery plan is more critical than ever – especially if your business resides in Florida. Here’...


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