We all know that any business, regardless of its size, has a responsibility to protect its customers’ information. However, if a company isn’t prepared and an unexpected disaster occurs, it could lose important data – and it may even be impossible to recover from the damage.
But preparedness isn’t always easy for SMBs, who often face time and resource constraints that make it difficult to prioritize something like disaster preparedness. And yet a disaster plan is just as crucial to their success as it is to any enterprise.
So are SMBs prepared? And if not, how is that affecting their business and customers? Those were our questions going into this year’s SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey. Here are some of the findings:
First, we found that SMBs are still not taking disaster preparedness seriously. Half of the SMBs we surveyed said they do not have a plan, and 52 percent don’t...