Many non-IT office workers sort of just assume that the technology they rely on is just going to work.
Often it does.
But that takes a lot of work by information technology professionals to keep the network stable and secure, perform reliable backups, plan for the future, etc.
However, as we are all too aware, technology doesn’t always work flawlessly -- even when we do everything perfectly.
Again, many non-IT professionals think that a server failure can be quickly fixed. The reality doesn’t always match that expectation.
When servers go down, it’s impossible to get everything done. The office comes to a screeching halt. Depending on the severity of the network issues, the network downtime could be a small blip in your day or the beginning of a week of unexpected downtime.
What do you do?
Are you prepared?
To explain the reality of how difficult it can be to restore your server(s) and network, we created this infographic.
After you read it, we hope you understand that while you think you’re prepared in the event of server/network breakdown; you’re probably not.
Read, enjoy, and then if you think you need help, contact us for help.
You can download a copy of this infographic by clicking here or click the image below.