A: There are a variety of disasters that can impact a business. For one, things such as floods can damage electronic components and cause data losses. Power outages can also lead to lost productivity and data, and events such as fires or destroyed businesses through earthquakes can cause massive losses of not just electronic data, but physically stored data and information as well.
A: Typically, data can be recovered after a disaster by maintaining both a physical backup in a different physical location, as well as by maintaining consistent backup archives in the cloud. Physical recovery of hard drives may be possible, but typically recovery will be primarily digital.
A: Typically, most disaster recovery plans will cost anywhere from $8,000 to $10,000 annually. Of course, this fluctuates based on the needs of the business and the existing budget constraints. Contact Let's Nurture directly for price quotations.
A: While Let's Nurture does not currently provide on-premise support for our disaster recovery management service, we do provide 24/7 customer service support for all of our clients, regardless of the service they utilize.
A: Typically, a disaster recovery plan has five elements. The creation of the disaster team, identifying and assessing risks, determining critical applications, documents, and resources for the business, specifying the backup procedures and off-site storage, and testing and maintaining the disaster recovery plan.
A: In the event of a disaster with no recovery plan in place for your business, you could face a variety of issues such as massive downtime, loss of customer and transaction data for your business, as well as a damaged reputation caused by the issues related to your disaster.