Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
For some organisations the cost of downtime can be £millions per second, others are a little less. We don’t know any business who would be okay with loss of business time, not to mention the immediate impact on service delivery. It’s the identity and perceptions of the business that can be harmed in the long term.
The NHS and British Airways are just two examples of loss in business continuity. Don’t put your business at risk. Stay safe, stay secure and stay in business right from the start.
Business continuity solutions include firewalls, email protection and archiving, anti-virus, servers – literally anything that can be stolen, wiped, lost or hacked can stop your business in its tracks.