Business Data Protection
Ensuring your business survives any disaster threat – including people
Everyone knows the importance of protecting their data. What many don’t realize is that while the chances of a major disaster are quite remote, the majority of data loss is the result of small, localized problems – hard drive crashes, lightning strikes, theft as well as accidental employee deletion.
What's Your Plan For Disaster Recovery?
Most business owners can’t answer that question. Of those who can, the answers we’ve been given are alarming – tape backup, external hard drive, redundant drives, ect. Any one of those methods are open to complete failure, theft and any number of immediate threats. A proper disaster recovery plan should be bulletproof – allowing your business to continue functioning in the face of insurmountable disaster.
A proper disaster recovery plan should not only include on-site backup with off-site replication, but should also detail how your employees will access the information, where a temporary office will be located, how you’ll communicate with each other and other critical factors to enable you to continue business operations.
Downtime Statistics & Costs
Percentage Of Businesses Who Have Experienced Some Kind Of Data Loss
Percentage Of Companies Who Go Out Of Business After A Significant Data Loss
Avg Downtime Events
Avg Length Of
Avg Cost Of Downtime
Avg Downtime Cost
*Based on a business with 25 employees, an average annual salary of $35,000 per employee, annual revenue of $1,000,000 and the assumption that the downtime only affected 70% of the company
HOW MUCH IS DOWNTIME COSTING YOUR BUSINESS?
Whether the downtime event is a hard drive crash, server failure, natural disaster or accidental employee deletion - your business still burdens a cost each time you experience one of these events. Do you know what this cost is? aIf you can't answer that question...