The Problem

Without the ability to function, a business cannot generate revenue. Your reliance on effectively run IT systems and instant data access is more important than ever before.

Planning for disaster and taking pre-emptive action to ensure that all aspects of your IT systems are protected and have a solid plan in place for bringing them back online again is vital.

20% Of all companies will suffer some form of IT related disaster in their lifetime
90% Of businesses without Disaster Recovery shut down within 2 years from a major data loss
44% Of businesses successfully recovered info after a recent data recovery event
53% Of claimants never recoup the losses which are incurred by a disaster

Having a disaster recovery plan in place allows a quick response to an IT emergency, allowing your company to begin operating again as soon as possible.

What is Disaster Recovery?

Disaster Recovery is restoring the IT systems and operations after an unexpected event that your business incurs.  Disaster Recovery Planning is a process of considering what could happen and taking steps to mitigate them, leaving an easy to follow instruction manual for getting systems up-and-running in the event of a major system failure or natural disaster.

We have all heard the horror stories of failing IT systems that cost business dearly

Planning for the unknown and unlikely can be difficult but implementing an IT Disaster Recovery Plan can save your business money and in some cases reduce your Insurance premiums. Often companies are faced with more pressing issues to their business than something that may or may not happen, or so they think, which is why we hear about these stories on the news quite frequently. But how unlikely is it that an IT disaster could happen to your company?

With the combination of natural disasters, hardware failures and human error, the reality is that data loss is only a matter of when, not if.

Save money, save time, save your business. Develop a solid I.T. Disaster Recovery Plan

No business is invulnerable to IT disasters, but speedy recovery due to a well-crafted IT Disaster Recovery Plan is expected by today’s ever-demanding customers. Too many businesses fail because they are ill prepared for an IT disaster, even when a simple solution like off-site backup could have easily saved them. If your business hasn’t thought about developing an IT disaster recovery plan yet, it should be on the top of your list of priorities for 2014.

Your business and customers demand it, your business could depend upon it.

Five good reasons to implement a Disaster Recovery Plan now

  1. Your business is only as strong as its weakest link.
  2. Customer retention is costly, customer acquisition is expensive.
  3. Your customers expect perfection, if you can’t give it your competitor will.
  4. Human error is a fact of life – mistakes will be made.
  5. Machines and Hardware fail.

Don’t leave it too late. To find out how unleashed can help you implement a Disaster Recovery Plan, please get in touch.