Every business needs a strong disaster recovery plan.
Disaster recovery allows business to continue functioning in the event of a disaster that destroys company resources and loses important data. If a solution isn’t in place when disaster strikes, your company reputation and profit decline and you risk going out of business. Businesses are now turning to the cloud for disaster recovery because it’s better than older forms of recovery.
Why is cloud-based disaster recovery better?
- Protection – Saves your data from all forms of disaster (power loss, natural disaster, human error, equipment failure)
- Testability – Lets you test your disaster recovery system more frequently
- Recovery Rate – Allows business to resume in hours rather than days
- Customization – Scaled to your exact spatial needs so you only pay for what you need
- Reliability – Backs up your data on a nightly basis
A great disaster recovery solution is tailored to your specific business needs. That’s where we come in. DigiTel Services has relationships with top tier disaster recovery providers that will house your data in reliable, high-performance virtual environments powered by industry-leading infrastructure. We do the legwork to connect you with the right provider for your needs. We save you time and money so you don’t have to take a break from your own business to find your perfect provider.
You can’t ignore your unprotected data. The statistics don’t lie. Your losses will be greater without a disaster recovery solution:
- Over 34% of companies do not test their backups and of those that tested, 77% found their tape backups failed to restore. – Storage Magazine
- 40% of IT managers who have tried, have been unable to recover data from a tape when they needed it. – Yankee Group & Sunbelt Software
- 71% of all tape restores fail. – Gartner
- 93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster. 50% of businesses that found themselves without data management for this same amount of time filed for bankruptcy immediately. – National Archives & Records Administration in Washington
- 80% of businesses that suffer a major disaster go out of business in three years, while 40% of businesses that experience a critical IT failure go out of business within one year. – Financial Service Technology; www.usfst.com
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