Data loss can occur in multiple ways, from human error to virus attacks. Data loss statistics suggest that some of the most common ways in which data is lost include hardware or system malfunction, accidental deletion, malware virus infections and cyber-attacks.
UK Cyber attacks can be detrimental for businesses, with the average cost to remedy an attnck being £21,000. UK businesses have suffered an astounding number of cyber-attacks in 2018, with most of them being targeted on small businesses.
Whether its working from home, hot desking or regular out of office meetings, being mobile and having access to information has become vital in today’s fast-paced environment. Critical data is circulating on everyone’s mobile devices and laptops. However, the constant flow and movement of data...
Data is becoming more imperative than ever before, with businesses relying on data to make high-level decisions and run daily operations. Losing data can have a huge negative impact on your business, not only on profit loss from downtime but also on the image and brand of your company.