Are your clients and prospects ready for a disaster? Quiz them!



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    Happy World Backup Day! Today celebrates a global, independent initiative that stresses the importance of regularly backing up both personal and professional data. Since its debut in 2011, World Backup Day has become a movement in its own right with one unifying mission. People are simply asked to take the pledge and back up their important documents and precious memories on March 31st.

    As an MSP charged with the health of clients' IT environments, preserving company data is a top concern. And not just today, but all year round. To help you make your BDR case more effectively, we've created a short quiz measuring IT disaster preparedness. Send to clients and prospects in the hopes that they'll see the value of your business continuity services and take your backup pledge!

    Get quiz here!

    What other questions would you ask to judge whether they need BDR or not?



  • I already don't like the quiz, where is the "Yes, and the backups worked perfectly!" Answer, they're all bad, we don't allow bad to happen around here!



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    Where's the - uh.. yeah - we are totally set to go on our backups..



  • @travisdh1 said:

    I already don't like the quiz, where is the "Yes, and the backups worked perfectly!" Answer, they're all bad, we don't allow bad to happen around here!

    Would end users know about that?



  • @scottalanmiller said:

    @travisdh1 said:

    I already don't like the quiz, where is the "Yes, and the backups worked perfectly!" Answer, they're all bad, we don't allow bad to happen around here!

    Would end users know about that?

    They know we have backups, and I can quickly restore something for them. Even have instructions so they could do it themselves when I'm not around. Disaster recovery does require some more hands on than I'd like at this point, but we'd be back up and running in a couple days at worst.

    The latest phishing test even went well, only 1 person clicked the link (it was the owner, of course, need to keep repeating the "Don't click that link" mantra.)


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