Ah, summer! Time to relax and enjoy some well earned rest away from the daily stress of the job. But like death and taxes, you know that summer power disturbances have become inevitable.
Before you leave for your much deserved vacation, be sure to invest just a few minutes to minimize the potential for a power related disaster.
According to a Price Waterhouse report;
Once a power outage disrupts IT systems:
· 33+ % of the companies polled took more than one day to recover
· 10% took more than one week
· It can take up to 48 hours to reconfigure a network
· It can take days or weeks to re-enter lost data
· 90% of companies that experience a computer disaster and don't have a disaster recovery plan go out of business within 18 months.
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