For most businesses, losing all or even a portion of their data would be catastrophic. For covered entities, this represents an even larger risk. Electronic medical records are essential for patient care, and accessing the data stored on servers and devices is a daily part of a provider’s job. If that data were to disappear, how long would it take to get it back? Could it be recovered? How many days would a provider struggle to do their job in the meantime?
In the event of a natural disaster such as an earthquake or fire, or the Midwestern specials, tornadoes and floods, having backups stored in a remote location or the cloud is essential for restoring normal operating procedures even after an office server may have been destroyed. In the event of a virus or disgruntled employee, being able to revert back to a previously saved version of your stored data is the difference between normal operations and weeks of strife. You may think back-ups are too expensive and not necessary. But unfortunately, just like health insurance, it’s only too expensive until you need it, and then it’s too late to get it.
With data backup and recovery services with us, you will benefit. Here's how:
- Plan for unexpected issues – They happen to everyone, and they can happen at any time. Take preventative measures today. Here are five examples of common unexpected issues. Here are 5 Common Disasters That Strike Small Businesses, Especially Healthcare.
- Safeguard and defend your business – HTA protects your data, network, and systems from hacking or virus threats so you can focus on more important issues. Learn more about the benefits of safeguarding your business. Check out our white paper on business continuity.
- Don’t wait long for recovery – When your network does go down and data is lost, we'll have it back for you in no time. Cost of Downtime Calculator