Dreading your company’s technology review because you can’t show how your technology is performing? Have a provider suffering from a lack of ideas on how to truly accelerate technology? You’re not alone – these are common symptoms for Bay Area businesses having selected the wrong managed IT service solution.
According to the data, there were a total of 3 natural disasters in the state of California in 2018, resulting in $180.8 billion in insured losses. That’s up from the $23.8 billion last calculated in 2016. With a bad wildfire season just around the corner for the Bay Area, we’ve already seen an active Winter, with mudslides, and flooding through-out, followed by that sweltering California heat.
Despite their frequency, natural catastrophes aren’t the only disasters you and your customers have to worry about. The rest is attributed to instances such as data corruption, system failure, and human error. In fact, hardware failure is responsible for half the downtime that small to midsize businesses experience.
Planning and disaster recovery, more importantly, budgeting, is one of those tasks few business continuity managers look forward to completing every year. After all, it can become a pretty involved, and complicated processes for anyone, often seen as sobering to tally-up the final bill. Love-it or hate-it, devising a business disaster recovery (BDR) budget is…