Now most of these us (hopefully) have implemented all of the usual security tools, FireWall, Anti-Virus, etc, but what measures have you taken to ensure that the data in the system can be recovered in the event of a disaster?
There are several ways to back up and recover lost data, but it becomes more difficult when Windows has been infected and won't boot.
I found this product called RestoreIT, it is disaster recovery software that backs up a user's hard drive on a separate hidden partition that is underneath Windows so that it can be accessed even if Windows won't boot.
The program saves incremental back up points so that in the event of a crash, a user can not only restore the system and data that they have lost, but choose how far they would like to go back, an hour, two hours, etc. This will allow the user to reverse the clock and send their system back in time before the crash or infection.
The last time I lost my hard drive like this it caused me to lose 2 clients. Check out RestoreIT today before you lose business.