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Five Tech Priorities SMBs Don't (But Should) Think About

  • Five Tech Priorities SMBs Don't (But Should) Think About-

    Backups

    While people generally know why it’s important to back up data, most don't really give it any thought until after something happens to their device(s) and their data is lost. Having a system that automatically backs up an entire computer (not just a document) on a regular schedule can save mission-critical data that need to be kept for operational or regulatory purposes.

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Five Tech Priorities SMBs Don't (But Should) Think About

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    Backups

    While people generally know why it’s important to back up data, most don't really give it any thought until after something happens to their device(s) and their data is lost. Having a system that automatically backs up an entire computer (not just a document) on a regular schedule can save mission-critical data that need to be kept for operational or regulatory purposes.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 90 percent of businesses have less than 20 workers, meaning SMBs are the backbone of the U.S. economy. They also have a lot to think about – from marketing to business operations and everything in between, small business owners wear many hats. With so many moving parts, sometimes IT tasks fall to the bottom of the list. This is especially true when many think that if they don’t have the resources for a 10-person IT department, they can’t have a system that runs efficiently. The truth is that with the right tools, any company, regardless of its size, can have a healthy network that improves the bottom line.

TeamViewer, provider of solutions for online communication, collaboration and remote monitoring, shares five IT-related priorities that all SMBs need to add into their business plan to keep their systems running smoothly.