Is your backup prepared for the unexpected?
How would your business cope with unforeseen disasters – flood, fire, or even worse? What if you lost or accidentally deleted important documents and files? Have you thought about how this would affect your business? We have. Our Business Continuity solution protects your critical business data, minimizes the possibility of data loss, and keeps your business running by:
- Providing a comprehensive, ultra-secure backup service
- Giving you instant, flexible access to data – when you need it
- Providing support to get you up and running if the worst happens
- Utilizing a scalable solution that grows as your business grows
- Offering a low-maintenance, easy-to-use solution
We’ll keep you connected to your data – whatever happens – and more importantly, we’ll give you peace of mind. Priceless.
70% of businesses that suffer a serious data loss are out of business in two years (source).
If you are tired of broken backups and failed restores, take a look at CompuSys Business Continuity solutions. It is our suite of Best–of–Breed intelligent managed backup and disaster recovery solutions.
Whether you are fully virtualized or using physical servers, continuity will smooth out the ragged edges often left by obsolete, outdated, poorly supported, and otherwise inadequate backup systems.
Types of Incidents and Disasters BDR Protects Against
There’s no way to predict the future, and Murphy’s Law tells us that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. If you don’t have a well-thought-out recovery plan, your company’s data is teetering on the edge of a cliff without a safety net. Here are some of the scenarios where BDR proves to be most helpful:
We all make mistakes, like accidentally clicking a malicious link, dropping our computers, misplacing a mobile device, or deleting something we intended to save. User error was cited as the leading cause of data loss in a 2015 Databarracks survey. Backup is important in ensuring these mistakes don’t become serious problems.
Different hard drives, servers, desktops, and other devices have varying life expectancies and refresh cycles, but hardware often fails. Businesses need to be prepared, whether due to normal wear and tear, defects, or the unexplainable. BDR can help ensure that entire datasets are replicated and accessible should something suddenly stop working.
File Corruption & Software Failure
The software will also occasionally fail. Files and data can become corrupted, and things may be deleted without warning. In addition to providing complete restores for entire machines, BDR allows for data recovery.
Natural Disasters and Extreme Weather
According to Climate Change Preparedness and the Small Business Sector, small businesses lose an average of $3,000 per day after closing due to a major storm. With the regularity of these events in certain locations and resulting power outages, small leaks, and other less severe issues creating costly downtime, BDR is a no-brainer.
If a disgruntled employee were to intentionally encrypt, delete, steal, or corrupt sensitive information, having that data backed up ensures that it can be recovered and restored. This isn’t to say that BDR can prevent such behavior, but it helps mitigate damage.
Viruses, malware, and cybercrime – especially ransomware – are increasingly dangerous today. The Ponemon Institute’s 2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Report claims that businesses saw an average of 160 successful cyber-attacks per week. BDR can help you save money when attacked.