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Nationwide reports that 75% of small businesses do not have a disaster recovery plan. Only 18% of companies in the US with fewer than 50 employees have one in place. But small businesses are at greater risk than large enterprises because the loss of a single server could point to a small shop closing with no prospects of ever reopening.

The following article, which appears on, outlines a guide for small business walks owners and managers through the process to “disaster-proof” the IT systems in their business. Go to to read the complete article and guide.

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