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Following Ben’s Advice: Contributionship and Disaster Recovery

When one of the founders of your company is known as the father of American insurance, it’s probably a good idea to follow his advice—even if the advice is more than 260 years old.

We’re talking about Benjamin Franklin and one of his famous thoughts is: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. “

Zerto is a young new company and Montagna explains the vendor had to prove itself all the way through the process.

“They were telling me they could do something and I could not find anyone else who said they could do this,” he says. “There are solutions providers who promise the world and you bite. You either take your losses, or you lick your wounds and move on.”

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