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Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery is the recovery of disrupted IT/business systems. It can be achieved by either restoring IT/business operations at an alternate location or by recovering IT/business operations using alternate equipment.

Disaster recovery isn't just for large organizations. Did you know that two out of five businesses experiencing a disaster go out of business within five years of the event?

Many companies believe a "disaster" is a one-time occurrence. These incidents are actually common, with growing numbers of viruses, security breaches, software issues, hardware failures and data corruption. More catastrophic events such as weather-related causes, fires, power interruptions and sabotage are exceptional, but the most successful companies prepare themselves for every possible crisis.

Consequences of a Disaster
  • Loss of business
  • Loss of credibility
  • Cash-flow problems
  • Inability to pay staff
  • Loss of production
  • Loss of operational data
  • Financial loss
Disaster Recovery Statistics
  • 90% of businesses losing data from a disaster are forced to shut down within two years
  • 50% of businesses experiencing a computer outage will be forced to close within five years
  • 43% will never reopen
  • 80% fail within 13 months
  • 53% of claimants never recoup the losses incurred by a disaster
  • Less than 50% of all organizations have a business-continuity plan
  • 43% of companies that do have a business-continuity plan do not test it annually
  • 80% of companies have not developed any crisis management to provide IT coverage sufficient to keep the business functionally effective
  • 40% of companies that do have crisis management plans do not have a team dedicated to disaster recovery
We'll help prevent you from becoming one of these ugly statistics.