How to protect yourself when your IT service provider goes bust
By Rachel Spencer
For most companies, losing access to their IT infrastructure, even for a short period, would spell disaster. This briefing considers how companies can protect themselves in the event of their IT service provider going bust.
You have invested heavily in IT infrastructure, software and cloud services, and you’ve found the right provider to help grow your business. That provider has become an integral part of your business model, so what happens if the provider goes out of business? The software, together with the hosting and maintenance services you were relying on, is no longer available to you.
There are steps that you can take to avoid much of the fallout if your provider goes out of business…
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