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By Gerard Blokdijk

Theoretical & functional assistance from various specialist assets, with suggestions & good fortune elements to appreciate, enforce & harness IT company Continuity, Contingency making plans & catastrophe restoration thoughts, applied sciences & different best-practice instruments.

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Simple drive recovery alone is already very expensive (it will cost a business $7,500 to implement) and is not automatically a sure-fire solution to resort to. 32 Computer Disaster Recovery should become a more prevalent area of concern for US companies, because statistics show that US businesses suffer more than $12 billion in losses annually due to data loss at present. As much as 78% of data loss is attributed to system or hardware failure. On the other hand, 11% of data loss is believed to be caused by human error.

These are usually external factors. Human threats may also come internally such as unexpected errors that may be experienced during business operations. Running wrong commands, inadequate staffing and insufficient training are some of the common errors experienced. Natural threats are disasters that may be unexpected such as earthquakes, thunderstorms, fires and floods. Technological threats are the most common. Such issues include server latencies, power failures, tool problems, service attacks and virus infections.

52 Human threats may come in various forms, which include theft, terrorism, account fraud and vandalism among other things. These are usually external factors. Human threats may also come internally such as unexpected errors that may be experienced during business operations. Running wrong commands, inadequate staffing and insufficient training are some of the common errors experienced. Natural threats are disasters that may be unexpected such as earthquakes, thunderstorms, fires and floods. Technological threats are the most common.

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