Office Disaster Prevention & Backup

 Have you seen the Stats? 93% of businesses that experience a disaster go out of business

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Of companies that experience a disaster but have no tested business recovery plans in place, only one in ten are still in business
Companies that experience a significant data loss, 43% go out of business within the first year, 72% go out in the second year .

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Disaster Prevention: Hurricane Protection, here you will find more information about Ensuring Business Continuity during a hurricane.

We all know that our companies are at risk for losing their data and information - and somehow we have all felt the pain of losing a file, lets see what happens when a hurricane strikes. How will this effect your business.

Recovery is no way to survive you need prevention

Experian has published the results of a new study that examines the effects of Hurricane Katrina on businesses in the Gulf States. The study, based on 635,000 businesses from Experian's business information database.

The study also showed that the hurricane affected more small businesses (businesses with fewer than 50 employees) than any other business segment. Experian's trade data, which is aggregated from accounts receivable information provided by more than 4,000 contributors, showed that 72 percent of the outstanding balances were owed by this segment of businesses.

Companies with fewer than 50 employees are most vulnerable to any business interruption, and the information from the study suggests that suppliers to these businesses may be affected by this perceived vulnerability.

Additionally, Experian's research shows that 31 percent of the outstanding balances were associated with the smallest business segment - those with five or fewer employees.

Don't let this be you no business and tons of debt, with no way to collect money, what there findings did not tell you is that this can be prevented.

93% of businesses that experience a disaster go out of business within 5 years - US Department of Labor

80% percent of all companies that experience a business interruption of greater than five days, without recovery plans, go out of business.

Five days to recover or your company is gone and you still owe money.

Most companies have a plan in place if an unpredictable event occurs. But that's part of the problem, it's a plan! A plan is something that may come into action after the disaster has already happened. Many businesses think they are prepared - and even take some steps to prevent data loss, such as backing up. But they are still left with the task to rebuild and that can take weeks or months,
with Office there is no recovery time you business is never interrupted.

what's are the odds ?? are you willing to take that risk what's the warning signs ?

2012 Forecast: Above-Average Season

The updated forecast calls for a total of 13 named storms, 6 of which are expected to become hurricanes, including 3 major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher on the Safer-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale). These forecast numbers are generally near to slightly below the long-term average from 1950-2011 (12 named storms, 7 hurricanes, 3 major hurricanes) and below the averages for the current active era from 1995-2011 (15 named storms, 8 hurricanes, 4 major hurricanes). Already this season we've seen 4 named storms, the first of which, Alberto, formed on May 19, a little less than two weeks before the official start of the season on June 1.

2006 Hurricane Season forecasts

Dr. Gray's team issued its first extended-range forecast for the 2006 season, predicting a well above-average season (17 named storms, 9 hurricanes, 5 of Category 3 or higher).

Similar to the 2005 season, the team predicted a high potential for at least one major hurricane to directly impact the United States: the forecast indicates an 81% chance of at least one major hurricane striking the U.S. mainland (including a

64% chance of at least one major hurricane strike on the East Coast of the United States including the Florida peninsula, and a

47% chance of at least one major hurricane strike on the Gulf Coast of the United States from the Florida Panhandle westward).

The current series of busy seasons is part of a long-term cycle that climatologists had predicted years ago. The Atlantic is in its 11th year of heightened activity. It is expected to "continue for the the next decade or perhaps longer," said officials with the National Weather Service last week.

How does Hurricane Disaster Prevention work with Office?

See how our customers survived their own hurricane disaster.

We are taking a proactive approach to disaster recovery, called disaster prevention. Your Office Smarter TMwas specifically designed to ensure the safety of your company's most important asset, its information. Your Office Smarter TMsecures your company's future in the event of a disaster, or network failure.

Cost Savings
The Your Office Smarter TMDisaster prevention plan was designed to provide the most comprehensive disaster prevention solution at the lowest price. We have cut the cost of traditional disaster recovery, by eliminating the need for a second vacant office with phones and computers. Your employees work from home, a hotel, another city or client sites, so we do not need to build or reserve the space of a second location. In addition most disaster solutions require a disaster for the system to work, not with Your Office Smarter TM . With Your Office Smarter TMyour solution is designed not only for disaster recover but for mobile access to your information making you and your business mobile.
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