Remote Online Backup
Could you even fulfill a customer's requirments without a working system?
For many small business owners, the use of software such as Microsoft Exchange/Outlook for emails or CRM databases (customer relationship management) means that almost every aspect of running a business is being handled and stored digitally on computers. Customer notes, invoicing, contact details are all being held in digital format. For most small businesses, this information is vital for effective customer communication and for the day-to-day running of the business. If a business were to lose this data, it would mean a critical loss of customer information, contact details and appointment bookings. The resulting loss of revenue could be severe as it struggles to re-take customer records, setup new appointments and make sales. Whilst the actual equipment needed to carry out daily business will still be available, it will be difficult for businesses to make new appointments and find the relevant records for existing customers.
How much would 1 day of no customers cost you? How about 2 or 3 days?
Many people choose to backup their data onto a CD , DVD, tape or USB drive or USB key. But users fail to realize that unless these are stored safely and secure offsite (we would generally recommend a fire proof safe), they face the same risk as your computer files being destroyed or damaged by fire, floods or other disasters.
So What's the answer?
The problem faced by many business owners/managers who may want to upgrade their data backup solutions is that they simply don’t know what to look for. Businesses need to be able to have a reliable and securely encrypted system, and by using an online backup provider they don’t need to worry that the backup gets forgotten. In the case of data backup and business continuity, this takes pressure off in-house staff who would be tasked with backing up the business's data, and it means they don’t have to worry whether the systems are working properly or if someone has remembered to swap the backup tapes.
If you outsource your backup process to DISConsulting it means that we will be testing it regularly, ensuring that if anything does go wrong that it will actually work and will protect your practice and patient data. The testing of a disaster recovery solution is a very time consuming process, which goes some way to explain why many in-house solutions don’t end up working when they need to.
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