How Business Goes On with Confidence Even in the Event of a Disaster

Emergencies happen, environments go down, but the business process must go on. Over the past few years, organizations have discovered how challenging it is just to have the necessary DR and business continuity conversations.

Remarkably, there’s still confusion about exactly what the clouds true DR and business continuity capabilities are and how it works. From small firms to large enterprises, moving toward a cloud DR strategy can be very cost effective, but doing it right means first conducting a business impact analysis (BIA) to establish your organization’s unique recovery time objectives (RTOs) and an internal DR strategy.

Once that’s complete, our experts can accurately evaluate various cloud models to help deliver true high availability for your infrastructure, including in the event of a disaster.

Disaster Recovery as a Service Stats That Matter

77%

of businesses were at least fairly confident of full recovery

49%

of the 77% need a DAY or more to recover

$5,600

per minute is average cost of downtime across industries

Source: Zerto and phoenixNAP, 2016

Mission Critical Elements to Consider in Your Disaster Recovery Strategy

data protection - cStorConfidential / Compliant Data

How confidential and compliant does your data need to be, both in transit and at rest?

secure backup - cStorSecure Backup Strategy

Separate from compliance, what physical, electronic and network measures are in place?

data recovery strategy - cStorRecovery
Strategy

What are your recovery time objectives (RTOs) for files, servers and your data center?

cloud server backup - cStorCloud Server
Backup

Can an expert partner help recover data faster with cloud server backups?

server SANS cloud strategy - cStorYour Servers or
SANs

Can you co-locate backup servers or SANs to recover data over the network back to your equipment?

automation - cStorAutomation &
Infrastructure

What man hours are needed restore failed backups? Is your monitoring automated?