Data Management is extremely critical. As your business grows, it is only natural that the amount of data you generate daily, such as customer data, employee data, internal process data, product data, etc. also increases.
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In today’s digital world, data is your most critical asset, and, as such, requires utmost protection from both natural and man-made disasters. This especially holds true for financial data, the blood life of your business. And you cannot do it properly without a disaster recovery plan.