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How Often Is Your Data Backup Solution Tested? – Is it Monitored?
Testing and ongoing monitoring are essential.
Done right, data backup isn’t a “set it and forget it” project.
Instead, data backup and disaster recovery is a continual, strategic approach to protecting the data that is used by your employees in their daily workflow.
48 Tech’s business continuity solution is designed specifically for small and medium-sized business.
By using image-based backup and a hybrid cloud model (on-premise and cloud storage), 48 Tech delivers enterprise-grade BDR functionality at a small business price.
We work diligently to verify our client’s backups – ensuring that they have been correctly completed and are available if needed.
What Are You Doing For Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity?
What Goes Down must Come Up…Quickly. Is your Business “Highly Available”?
What are you doing to protect your online assets – data, applications, files, and databases – from unexpected circumstances that impact your ability to utilize them locally?
Fire, theft, flooding – Any of these things could drive your company out of business if you aren’t prepared to weather the unexpected.
Are you Planning to Fail?
Businesses with a disaster recovery plan report increase savings, enhanced system reliability, improved security, and reduced insurance premiums… Even without a disaster.
Don’t Fail to Plan
Only 6% of companies without a disaster recovery plan survive a disaster. Without a plan, you can lose everything.
IT Disasters are Costly
The cost of data breaches and data loss will top $2.1 trillion by 2019 as more data is digitized. Most these data breaches will come from existing network infrastructure and IT systems.
We All Make Mistakes
80% of downtime instances impact mission-critical applications and or business data and the majority are caused by human error.
Disasters Affect Everything
Data outages cost on average $851 per minute and can cause forfeited sales, lost data, damaged equipment, disrupted processes, legal or compliance liabilities, damage client relationships/reputations, and wasted resources controlling the damage.
Your Data is Backed Up – But is It Easily and Quickly Recoverable?
Do you know how long it will take to recover data from your backup system?
Have you tested your recovery time to ensure that you can get running again quickly after a disaster or unexpected data loss?
Many companies have data backup systems that aren’t up to modern standards.
Sure, the data is backed up, but the backup solution isn’t capable, configured, or tested to achieve the recovery time objective and the recovery point objective required by their workflow.