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How will your employees access important company data, documents and applications if they can’t make it to the office due to unexpected disasters? Large and small organizations alike underestimate the effect a disaster can have on their business. Whether it be that employees cannot make it into the office because of a winter blizzard or there is a city-wide power outage, unexpected downtime has a negative effect on both employee productivity and business continuity. Not only does employee productivity suffer, but organizations lose hundreds of thousands of dollars for every minute their employees are off-line and unable to conduct business. Customer satisfaction and brand reputation can also take hits.
Only 35% of businesses have a disaster recovery plan in place3, meaning many companies are not ready when the unexpected strikes. Does your disaster recovery strategy include your end users? This infographic gives some eye opening statistics on how disasters impact workforce productivity and how Dizzion’s cloud delivered desktops can help keep your business running wherever a reliable internet connection can be found.
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