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While it’s important to be optimistic about the future of your organization, you should never believe that you are impervious to data loss. Today’s environment is fraught with threats that business owners need to take seriously.

We have seen many companies impacted by lack of data backup, specifically instigated by the lack of knowledge around a business backup plan. Let’s discuss some of the most important terminology behind data backup and recovery, as well as the best way to protect your organization from the crippling situations presented by data loss.

Recovery Point Objective
How much data can you reliably restore in the event of a data loss incident? This number can be measured by RPO, or Recovery Point Objective. Basically, the recovery point objective is determined by how much of your data can be recovered following a loss incident. ActiveCo clients experience multiple backup points per calendar day.

Recovery Time Objective
Once you’ve established how much data that you can recover in the event of a disaster loss scenario, the goal should be to minimize downtime and achieve a low recovery time objective whenever possible.

Does your business want to guarantee that it can survive from a data loss incident? COMPANYNAME can equip your organization with a BDR solution that can maximize its chances of successfully restoring operations following a data loss incident. To learn more, reach out to us at PHONENUMBER.

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Jeff Penner

Jeff has been in the managed services industry since 2015, understanding what business owners are looking for from technology, and helping them find it. The most important element for a business owner taking on a new technology partner is peace of mind and thus Jeff directs his efforts on finding practical information that any leader can apply to their business. Jeff lives in Vancouver, BC, sharing his love for learning and “the great indoors” with his 2 daughters.