Data loss has the potential to shutdown a business temporarily, or for good. It’s more important than ever to have a continuity plan in place to ensure your business can react quickly when disaster strikes.
EMC estimates that globally companies are losing $1.7 trillion a year through data loss and unplanned downtime.
In our increasingly digital world data means everything to the modern business. The loss of data can be incredibly detrimental to your business. Recovering data from a system failure can easily cost thousands of dollars. That is, if recovery is even an option. If data recovery is not an option your business would be without invaluable documents, plans, customer records, and other data that may have taken years or decades to create. That data could be lost forever without taking proper precautions. Just think about how much your company relies on technology today. If your employees and clients couldn’t access important company information would you still be able to operate? When you consider the cost of lost business, productivity, and sales opportunities, downtime can quickly spell huge financial losses as well as damage to your brand and reputation. When you consider all of these factors it becomes crystal clear that something must be done.
We offer specialized BDR (Backup and Disaster Recovery) and continuity plans. These two solutions are designed to work together to prevent data loss, minimize downtime, and maximize up-time when disaster strikes. As every business is different, our solutions are custom tailored to your particular backup needs and recovery time requirements. We will work with you to create a plan that will not only protect your data, but will also ensure that it’s there when you need it most. This is more than just backup, this is disaster recovery.
Don’t wait for a disaster to interrupt your business, prepare now. Give us a call today!
Already have a backup? Have us take a look to ensure that it’s doing what is supposed to do. A BDR solution must be set up properly to ensure the important data you want backed up is actually being backed up. Additionally, backups must be verified, maintained, and regularly tested to guarantee a quick recovery. An untested backup can be as problematic as no backup. The last thing you want is to find out is that your backup doesn’t work in the heat of a disaster!
93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster, and 50% filed for bankruptcy immediately. (Source: National Archives & Records Administration in Washington.)