Urgent Notice: Several Southern Alberta Communities Declare State of Emergency as Water Levels Continue to Rise – Will Your Business Be Able to Avoid Costly Data Loss in the Wake of the Flood?
As flood watches and warnings continue to be issued throughout Southern Alberta, many communities have declared a state of emergency due to flooding and rising water levels resulting from heavy rain. In fact, the following communities are under a state of emergency:
- Lethbridge County
- Medicine Hat
- Crowsnest Pass
- Willow Creek
- The Blood Tribe Reserve
As a business owner in Southern Alberta, the flood watches and warnings bring many significant challenges in terms of costly data loss. If your business operates in one of these communities, it’s absolutely critical to have a comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery plan! While flooding cannot be prevented, a comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery plan can mitigate the risks of costly data loss.
79% of Businesses That Suffer Significant Data Loss Are Forced to Shut Down Within 6 Months – Don’t Put the Survival of Your Business at Risk! Contact Delphi Systems to Discuss Your Data Backup & Disaster Avoidance Options Before It’s Too Late!
When flooding occurs, whether unexpected or expected, it’s disastrous for individuals and businesses alike. And unfortunately, flooding is fairly common every spring in Southern Alberta. But there’s a simple solution to keep your business operating while mitigating the risks of data loss! Our team of IT data protection and IT support experts offers comprehensive data backup & disaster avoidance solutions – so you can rest assured knowing:
- Your data is backed up onsite and offsite.
- Your backups are tested on a regular basis.
- Your backups are recoverable in a timely manner.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Give us a call at (403) 380-3343 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your data backup & disaster avoidance options. We’ll help you prevent data loss resulting from the flood and in the event of a natural disaster occurring in the future.