What would it cost your organization if you lost all your data?

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Ari Herzog 8 years, 2 months ago.

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    Kristin Dziadul
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    30% of all data loss is human error. If your agency’s data was ever lost, what would it cost you? Are there preventive methods you have in place? (i.e. backups, data recovery, IT admin on staff 24/7, etc.)

    I’ve love to hear your input.
    Thanks!
    Kristin
  • #105958

    Ari Herzog
    Member

    Better question is whether data is stored because of law or because of amnesia.

  • #105956

    Kristin Dziadul
    Participant

    What do you think?

  • #105954

    Since our data is directly linked to people who depend on unemployment to put food on the table, a loss of data here would be catastrophic! Even though we are moving to a post-dos system, we still keep paper records of everything for 2 years!

  • #105952

    Kristin Dziadul
    Participant

    Will you keep using paper records or switch to electronic or cloud services (i.e. Google Docs)?

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