How To Protect Your Data Before It’s Too Late by Grace Frenson

September 26, 2018
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As far as we have come with technological innovations, the one force that we as humans are still unable to reckon with is nature. On one side of the world, Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma have left thousands devastated. Whereas on the other side of the world, in the golden hills of Africa wildfires have become commonplace. Natural disasters is a global crisis. The question you need to ask is If disaster were to strike – how much would your business lose?

The benefit of the latest technological leaps such as secure online cloud storage, remote internet access, and convenient backup solutions – businesses are able to safeguard themselves and mitigate the risk that a natural disaster poses to their business. Even if the physical location is ravaged.

When Disaster Strikes – Protect Your Employees

Protecting your staff should be your first-priority as a business. They are your forerunners, ensuring that your business runs smoothly – and generally, they do a good job. In order to mitigate the risk that a natural disaster poses to employees you should have a readily available escape route.

It is also advised to do a few practise drills so that employees know exactly what they should do if a disaster strikes. Having emergency supplies in the offices is also a....

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