How to recover from a data loss disaster in 20 minutes…
Lies, damned lies, and statistics…
For many years, the IT industry has used the threat of going out of business as a way of compelling businesses to invest in backup and Disaster Recovery solutions. Essentially, there has been more than a little scaremongering about the risk of failing to back up data properly and putting appropriate plans in place for disaster recovery.
As an example consider the following statement:
- 80% of companies go out of business after experiencing a major data loss
To the minds of many, this seems overly dramatic. It does make an important point, however, supposing it was a myth built around a statistic that cannot be verified?
In fact, research has shown that it is simply not possible to identify or verify the original source of the data behind this claim…
But what is the truth?
Countdown to resurrection - A step-by-step guide to Disaster Recovery in 20 minutes
You can find out the answer in our new guide ‘Countdown to resurrection’, which provides a step-by-step on the process of Disaster Recovery in 20 minutes.
The guide provides information essential for helping businesses ensure they have appropriate backup and Disaster Recovery plans in place, including:
- Defining the times for the loss of changed files and restoring operations
- The different options of DRaaS and BUaaS for recovering from disaster situations
- A typical scenario illustrating how events might unfold before and after a disaster event
Better backup and Disaster Recovery planning with HTL Support
Downloading the guide helps businesses to better understand the need for backup and DR planning and to determine the most appropriate solution for their needs. Today’s cloud-based technologies put the ability to recover from data loss and events which might prevent you from using your regular place of business within reach of every firm.
Today’s offsite data replication and server virtualisation technologies make backup and DR planning simpler, more reliable and affordable than it has ever been before. To find out more about how we can help your business recover from a disaster in as little as 20 minutes, simply get in touch today.