Can your business afford to be down for 24 hours?

These days, it’s not a matter of if your business will experience downtime, but when. Your safest bet is to plan for the worst.

The worst looks like this:

  • 1 hour of downtime can cost you up to $20,000. That’s the average cost of downtime if an employee cannot access data that is critical to business operations.
  • In 2016, IHS Markit reported that downtime cost U.S. businesses a grand total of $700B per year.

Business Continuity Georgetown TXImagine your servers crashing during the busiest season of the year. Do you have a plan to get back up and running in minutes?

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