Disaster planning must encompass disasters of all types and sizes: fires, floods, fraud, ransomware, cyber-attacks, power or I.T. system failure, human error, acts of terror, and other unthinkable scenarios.
While the type of disaster varies, the impact is typical: data and operational downtime that is truly disastrous.The devastating effect of downtime caused by disaster includes irreparable damage to data, reputation, customer relationships, income, and business vitality.
The best offense is a good defense; you must protect your business by understanding your vulnerabilities, safeguarding against the risks, and preparing for the worst possible business disruption with a plan for business continuity and disaster recovery that will shield your data, protect your business, and keep your systems available and reliable no matter what happens.
90% of companies experience some form of downtime, which may result in loss of data, security, productivity, and revenue.
The average time it takes a business to recover from disaster is 18.5 hours, but 43% of companies never totally recover.
Disasters that cause downtime may be a result of hardware failure, human error, software failure, or natural disaster.
Using the latest technology of local virtualization hardware, combined with secure cloud solutions, we can make sure that if disaster strikes, your entire infrastructure is available almost instantly, empowering you to continue your business operations without losing any data, incurring any damage, or experiencing any downtime.