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    August 4, 2016

    Why IT Disaster Recovery Isn't Optional


    Business owners everywhere are very concerned with one number: return on investment. When you're focused on growing your business and making your product profitable, every cent counts and every investment needs to pan out.

    That's why many companies are understandably hesitant to spend money on services. Many choose a DIY approach that seems to save money in the short term, making budgets appear more balanced. But when more often than not, these DIY solutions are a money drain that can be hard to recognize. Information technology is just one of these areas where professional management is vital. Here's why.


    The ROI of Disaster Recovery

    When companies choose to manage their own IT infrastructure, there is almost always a missing element that leaves their business vulnerable: effective disaster recovery.

    Disaster recovery refers to systems, plans, and infrastructure in place to keep your information safe and your business functioning in the worst case scenario. Whether it's a catastrophic data loss or a physical disaster, this kind of service can be the difference between your business surviving and failing.

    DIY IT infrastructures lack adequate disaster recovery failsafe, often relying on a "break-fix" model by necessity. Managed IT services, on the other hand, utilize a preventative paradigm that will help your business safe no matter what happens.

    The Managed IT Difference

    When you choose a managed IT services package, you're signing on to protect your company's longevity. Your managed services provider should perform routine maintenance, backups, and scanning to ensure that your business stays functioning even if every computer you own is destroyed.

    In today's technology-driven world, an effective disaster recovery plan isn't optional; it's a necessity. Protect your business today with quality IT support. You won't regret it.

    Preston Woolfolk

    Preston has been the Director of DOCUmation's Managed IT Services team since 2010.

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