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Soho disaster prep

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Soho disaster prep

  1. 1. Disaster Happens!
  2. 2. Backing Up Your DataProtecting and Securing your Systems & DataDisaster Recovery Planning
  3. 3. Backups:Would you suffer financial hardships if youexperienced a loss of data?What data exists on your computers that would bedifficult, if not impossible, to recreate in the case ofloss or damage?A proper backup consists of multiple copies ofdata stored in different locations. If the onlybackup of your data sits on the shelf beside yourcomputer and there’s a fire or theft, chances areyour backup is going to be lost as well.
  4. 4. Offsite Storage and OnlineBackupsCarbonite, Mozy, MyPCBackup,SoHo RemoteFile SynchronizingiCloud, SkyDrive, SugarSync 01100100011 011
  5. 5. In 2009, 7,500 users of online backup providerCarbonite found out the company lost theirbackups.Amazon Cloud Service crash loses customerdata in 2011Megaupload, out of business in 2012,customers lose access to all their dataCloud storage and backup is one toolto use in your data backup strategy,but do not rely on it as the be allanswer to your data backups
  6. 6. Local Backups Utilize local backups along with the cloud to maintain multiple copies of data stored in different locations
  7. 7. Image Backups
  8. 8. • Image backups create a mirror image copy of your computer,• Image backups protect you from hardware failures and severe data corruption from viruses or other malware.• With an optional “restore to dissimilar hardware” an image backup can protect you from loss from theft, fire etc. by enabling a full restore to newer or different
  9. 9. For the Small Business, OnlineCloud Backups combined with Local Image Backups provide your best defense against catastrophic dataloss and prolonged recovery time in the event of disaster!
  10. 10. Don’t be this guy!
  11. 11. Secure your Data Install a firewall between you and the Internet Install and maintain antivirus/antimalware software  Mac users, you are not immune! Use strong passwords on all computers and web services Utilize encryption with sensitive data on mobile devices, offsite data storage, email containing sensitive attachments or content and other methods of data transmission
  12. 12. Secure your Data Physical safeguards; lockup data backups, logoff/lock computers or shutdown, remove from areas with public access Keep plastic sheets or trash bags close by in case of water leaks or sprinkler activations Elevate computers off the floor to protect from flood & floor washings
  13. 13. Business Continuity Planning Continuing operations during and after a disaster Lighting, power surges/sags and outages  Protect computer equipment with battery backups (Uninterruptible Power Supplies) or minimally, surge protectors  Emergency generator power  The wrong generator can damage sensitive electronics  Generators should include Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), better, Digital AVR or best for computers, Inverter technology
  14. 14. Super-Quiet EU series. More about generators… Power output quality of brushless, AVR and Inverter generators
  15. 15. Business Continuity Internet access and communications when the lines are down  3G/4G data service from your cell phone provider  Smartphone WiFi “hotspot”  “MiFi” devices  Connect your wireless PC’s, laptops, tablets and other devices through a smartphone or MiFi device  Check that your business phone service can forward calls to your cell phone, home or temporary office space
  16. 16. Business in the Cloud Before disaster strikes, move your business applications to the cloud  Cloud Services or Software as a Service (SaaS)  E-mail, messaging and collaboration  Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps  Accounting, inventory, POS, Merchant services  Quickbooks online  Netsuite (ERP)  Credit card processing from your smartphone or iPad  Project Management  Sales/Marketing/Customer Relationships (CRM)
  17. 17. Business in the Cloud Utilize colocation facilities to host your servers or provide a hot or warm backup site  Secure facilities, hardened building structures  Backup battery and generator power  Multiple Internet carriers  Geographic diversity Disaster Recovery Service Providers  Temporary office space  PC’s workstations and servers (cold backups)  Generators  Satellite communications DRaaS  Hosted Virtual Machine snapshots of the servers at your data center or business location
  18. 18. Disasters are not always the result of highwinds and rain. In the past two years, 52% ofbusinesses experienced an unforeseeninterruption, and the vast majority (81%) ofthese interruptions caused the business to beclosed for one or more days.Source: 2009 Disaster Recovery & Business ContinuitySurvey
  19. 19. Thank you!www.soho-consulting.net 781-261-3173info@soho-consulting.net