Oct 15 2018
No-one wants to think of the “worst case scenario” happening to their business, but if it does, the best-prepared organizations are the ones that will survive. In the event of hardware failure, power outages, ransomware, natural disasters, or some other risk impacting your corporation, you must have proper data recovery and data management procedures in place.
Known variously as “Disaster Recovery,” “Business Continuity Planning,” or “Business Contingency,” these are the risk management policies and processes you will use to get your enterprise up and running again as quickly as possible. Data is the lifeblood of the modern organization, so effective recovery procedures are essential — unfortunately, a large number of organizations still use legacy data recovery and management tools, that may not meet the need of a modern business or its customers.
Research shows that not having a proper data recovery process and system in place can have significant consequences for unprepared businesses:
Many businesses don’t update their disaster recovery solutions as quickly as they scale their business and data needs. As a result, these recovery systems can fail at the most critical time — right after an outage. The time to check and update your data recovery policies, processes, and systems is now. Here are some of the areas you’ll need to cover:
There’s a simple, scalable, cost-effective solution to your data recovery and management needs — moving data recovery to a virtual datacenter or cloud-based service. This has several advantages:
As experts in cloud services, we can help you choose the perfect cloud disaster recovery provider for your exact business needs. Get the peace-of-mind and flexibility you need for fast, effective data recovery and management.