Has your company hit a technology sticking point? That is when it seems like things are in a rut with your IT infrastructure and you know there are ways to improve but you are not quite sure how to get there.
According to a study by Google, 80% of small businesses are not taking full advantage of technology optimizations. This means they tend to make half as much revenue per employee as firms that are more digitally advanced.
There are any number of technology events that can put a business in danger from data breaches to hard drive crashes with lost data. Our dependence on technology means that if tech goes wrong, business often comes to a standstill.
Damages can be the loss of a few hours of operations to losing your business completely.
60 percent of small businesses that get hacked end up closing their doors within 6 months because they never recover from the losses.
The motto “Be Prepared” may have been developed by the Boy Scouts but it is just as applicable to today’s business world.
As we all have seen over the last few months of the pandemic, business disruption can come out of the blue and completely change how operations are handled.
The businesses that have systems in place to address a number of different disruptive events fare much better than those that do not plan ahead. These systems can drastically reduce downtime and are agile enough to adjust operations.
Data loss can be one of the most devastating things to happen to a business. A single overwritten file probably won’t make a huge dent in your week but a ransomware attack that makes all your data unreadable is a major crisis.Read More