Datapac warns of data loss
Datapac has published survey results which found that the majority of Irish organisations are taking risks storing their data.
Storing it in an unsecure location, not having a documented process in place and failing to test recovery regularly were among the risks highlighted in the research.
The findings also showed there is an average wait of 46 hours to retrieve mission critical data when lost, putting many organisations at risk of financial and reputational harm.
The survey found that 93 per cent of businesses lose data at some point and 13 per cent never recover...
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