Disaster Recovery is an often overlooked yet immensely important aspect of data management. Don’t Let a Disaster Destroy Your Business! Like the Boy Scouts, today’s motto for modern businesses is
Disaster Recovery is a difficult but necessary element of any successful business. Though disasters are unpleasant to consider, they are an unfortunate reality of the Internet Age. Think of technological disasters as the inevitable downside to the substantial benefits of managing your business online. The best practice is to be proactive about your company or organizations’ ability to recover from a disaster!
60% of small businesses go out of business within 6 months of losing critical data in a disaster.
Disaster Recovery is the ability to continue work after a catastrophic event. This includes a crippling computer virus, hardware malfunction or even a natural disaster such as a fire or a flood. Disaster Recovery differs from Data Backup – simply having a copy of your data is insufficient to get your business back up and running should something happen.
Every business needs a structured disaster recovery plan. We offer tailored backup services to fit your industry. With server backup and recovery, remote office protection, laptop and desktop protection, and file archiving, your business will be prepared for the worst.
Disaster Recovery Comparison
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How VBS can Help!
We provide industry-specific features for businesses including:
- IT Service Providers
- Financial Services
The odds of something happening to your data are high. The costs of restoring your system are even higher. According to the National Computer Security Association, without having an adequate backup solution in place it takes:
- 19 days and $17,000 to recreate just 20 MB of lost sales/marketing data
- 21 days and $19,000 to recreate just 20 MB of lost accounting data
- 42 days and $98,000 to recreate just 20 MB of lost engineering data
Hopefully you will never need to use a disaster recovery plan, but if you do, you’ll be glad you planned ahead. You don’t want your customers to think there’s any room for failure – with secure online disaster recovery, there isn’t.