Does Your Business Have a Disaster Recovery Plan?


According to research by the University of Texas, 94 percent of companies that suffer a catastrophic data loss – from a natural disaster, fire or massive equipment failure – either never reopen or close within two years.

As sobering as that statistic is, you can help ensure that your business is among the six percent that make it through a disaster. Cloud-based electronic document management systems from Memphis Communications Corporation ensure that critical information is never rendered useless or inaccessible, no matter what happens to your physical office.

Recover from disasters quickly and efficiently
MCC offers Cabinet’s SAFE CLOUD electronic document management system, all of your organization’s workflows and mission-critical content – documents, PDFs, emails, images and more – are accessed from secure off-site servers, and backed up in redundant data centers. A single catastrophic event can easily wipe out physical filing cabinets, papers, on-site servers and hard drives, creating chaos for your business. Even a simple power outage can prevent access to locally stored files, effectively shutting down a business until utilities are restored.
With paperless document management systems, your data is always safe, secure and accessible by authorized users anywhere in the world – even on mobile devices. Regardless of the scale of the event, SAFE CLOUD allows you to keep your business running.

Disaster recovery planning
Nobody wants to think they might need to implement a disaster recovery plan, but proper planning could let your firm survive.
What processes do you have in place for backing up critical data? Consider where and how your paper documents are stored. Think about important electronic documents within your network. Now imagine locking the doors and walking away. Could your company re-establish operations?
With SAFE CLOUD, it can. Apart from employees, data is the lifeblood of your business. And with cloud-based electronic document management from MCC, that data is always secure and accessible – even if the unthinkable happens.

For more information and a consult contact MCC today by web or by phone.

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