Our Disaster Recovery solutions and services can help protect your critical corporate information as well as ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster. We currently offer a number of solutions to ensure the continual protection of your critical data, files and information. Data loss can often occur in any number of ways including human error, a computer virus, hardware or system failure, software corruption, theft, or a natural disaster. Small and medium-sized businesses with limited technical staff maybe are particularly vulnerable in the event of any type of major disaster. It is therefore extremely important to have your disaster recovery plan documented and to occasionally test the plan to ensure that it meets the ever changing needs of your business. The plan should detail your data assets and document how each asset will be backed-up and restored. It should also include a comprehensive disaster recovery policy regarding media storage, media rotation, and security, as well as procedures for natural disasters. Obviously, disaster recovery planning should be a regular activity for businesses of all sizes.
Unfortunately, many small and medium-sized businesses are not adequately prepared to handle a major data loss.
Your plan will include:
- Complete disaster recovery planning and documentation
- Disaster plan verification and testing
- Regular plan updates
- Let us provide you the peace of mind that a detailed disaster recovery plan offers - your business and livelihood depend on it.
Are you concerned about disaster recovery business continuity? What about server disaster recovery? Maybe you should be.
Some startling statistics:
- 93% of companies that lost their data center for ten days or more as a result of a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster. 50% of businesses that found themselves without data management for this same time period filed for bankruptcy immediately
- 30% of companies report that they still do not have a disaster recovery plan or business continuity program in place and two in three companies feel that their data backup and DR plans have significant vulnerabilities Furthermore, only 59% of companies polled test their data backup and storage systems at least once a quarter. Conducting a regular external audit of backup and restore systems is far from a common practice; only 32% report conducting an external audit
- 30% of all businesses that have a major fire go out of business within a year. 70% fail within five years
- Computer virus attacks cost businesses an estimated $55 billion in damages in 2006