Hurricane Preparedness for Small Business
Posted byon Sep 4, 2017
Tips for Hurricane Preparedness for Small Business It’s that time of year again – hurricane season – and as I write this, we’ve got yet another big storm potentially bearing down on Florida (Irma). Strong storms and hurricanes are a fact of life in Florida – so you’ve got to prepare. It would be irresponsible not to prepare your small business, just as you…
Business Owners – What To Do After Your IT Person Resigns
Posted byon Mar 17, 2017
Business Owners – What To Do After Your IT Person Resigns Here’s a moment many small and medium business owners fear: When that critical IT person, who has accumulated years of knowledge of the inner workings of your company, has resigned. What do you do next? We’ll discuss the best steps you can take immediately. We’ll assume this person is probably your only IT…
Running in the Cloud Doesn’t Eliminate the Need for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Posted byon Mar 1, 2017
Real World Disaster Recovery Lessons – Flood!
Posted byon Jun 8, 2015
When it comes to disasters, businesses need to expect the unexpected. Can your critical computer equipment be flooded (and ruined by water damage) on the 4th floor of a high rise building? It can happen, and Virtual Operations recently had a “hands on” experience with exactly this situation. You may not realize it, but a modern office building has huge amounts of water in…
Don’t let data loss shut you down!
Posted byon Dec 15, 2014
Did you know? Every year businesses are forced to close their doors due to the loss of their invaluable data. Though the consequences of data loss are dire, they are preventable. 93% of companies that lost their data center for 10+ days, filed for bankruptcy within one year* 43% of companies who suffer a catastrophic data loss never reopen** 50% of all tape backups…