Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!
Original Air Date: Jul 18, 2019
We’ve all been told to always hope for the best but certainly prepare for the worst.
For anyone that owns or manages a business, this adage applies to their technology and should take form in a disaster recovery plan.
The easiest way to start the process is to ask yourself what you would do if the business was impacted by a flood, fire, theft, ransomware, sabotage or massive mistakes made by their users.
The steps to get your business back up and running may vary dramatically for each of the scenarios, or it may end up being fairly similar.
We’ve seen this for years, where a business has a comprehensive backup procedure in place but has never designated what is to happen in the event of a crisis.
Not training everyone what to do, if something happens means you’re hoping for the best bet never planned for the worst.
Don’t wait to try and figure out how to recover from a crisis in the middle of a crisis; do your fire drills before the fire.