What is your company’s hourly or daily cost of downtime? Data is always at risk from common issues such as hardware failure, data corruption and accidentally deleted files to major catastrophes like fires, flooding and natural disasters. There is also a growing risk of malicious damage caused by viruses, malware, ransomware, theft and disgruntled employees. More than 317 million new pieces of malware, computer viruses or other malicious software, were created last year alone1 and 62% of cyber-breach victims are small to mid-size businesses2. The average direct costs of a security breach on small businesses are estimated to be $38,0003. These numbers are growing at an exponential rate. A well executed and maintained Back-up & Data Recovery (BDR) Plan will help mitigate the damage these threats can cause.
CLOUD SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Recommended Space To Recover All Necessary Data
- Multiple Restore Points
- Up to Hourly Back-Ups
- Off-Site Storage
- On & Off-Site Servers
Your data will be stored redundantly on a minimum of 3 different devices both on and off site to ensure you data will be recoverable should a local disaster strike.
BACK-UP AND DISASTER RECOVERY (BDR) IS MUCH MORE THAN JUST A NIGHTLY BACK-UP
Many companies believe a nightly back-up to a disk or flash drive is enough to protect them. It’s not. If your data or your client’s data is necessary to run your business, then a nightly back-up is not enough. Recovering data from a nightly back-up takes time, during which your business is not operating. You will also lose all the data since the previous night’s back-up. With a proper Back-up & Disaster Recovery Plan you may be able to get back to work immediately and lose no more than an hour’s worth of data.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BACK-UP & BDR
The Back-Up Service we provide for free provides the minimum coverage you need to protect your data. Our BDR service allows you access to that data more quickly and from more recent back-ups, up to 1 hour.