Disaster Recovery Managed Services
When was the last time you lost power and/or the internet crashed? What was the impact to your business? Did you lose any data or revenue? The truth is that everyday system outages and cyberattacks are shockingly common. When something bad like this happens, it’s not only frustrating, it can be devastating to your bottom line. That’s why it’s important to prepare for any IT disruption.
Disaster can strike a business at any moment
Your business is at risk every day. Your company needs to keep operations up and running; no matter what; but some things are beyond your control. Storage fails, files get lost, power blacks out, and datacenters go offline. It happens, but random accidents shouldn’t impact your business. Simple daily backups are no longer enough to ensure your business can keep systems up and running in the event of disaster. If disaster does strike, how can you ensure that your business and its technology have the resilience to protect data and are able to recover quickly?
Calculate the cost of downtime
The fact of the matter is that no business is immune from downtime, whether at the hands of Mother Nature, employee error, or even a cybercriminal. These factors can be applied to calculate actual downtime cost per hour. Bottom line? Downtime risks losing big money for your business.