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Considering DRaaS for Small Business

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The inability to access critical data, for a day or an extended period of time, can be devastating. Especially for small businesses. FEMA statistics indicate the 40% of small businesses never reopen in the aftermath of a natural disaster.

Sobering statistics such as this point to the critical need for every business to have a proven disaster recovery strategy. And a growing option for small business is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Writing for BizTech Magazine.com, John Landvick, a Technology Solutions Advisor for CDW, details this affordable solution small businesses should investigate to ensure that they stay open during a data crisis.

Read his full post here.

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