NETdepot’s Disaster Recovery Services
NETdepot understands that your most important asset is your data. That’s why we provide a full range of disaster recovery services to all our customers.
Our disaster recovery services provide complete protection for any platform, including applications such as Office 365, physical servers like Windows Server and Solaris, storage options including PureStorage and Cisco, as well as virtual servers and databases.
With NETdepot, you gain access to a team of fully qualified and experienced disaster recovery experts. We understand disaster recovery, and we’re on hand to ensure that your company steers clear of the damage that common disasters can cause.
Our team offers a standout service, with professionals on hand to manage your disaster recovery solutions 24/7. If you’d like to learn more about disaster recovery services from NETdepot, make sure you get in touch with our team.
What is Disaster Recovery?
The term disaster recovery refers to how well an organization is equipped to recover from a disaster. Such disasters might include anything from bad weather events that cause power supply outages and completely interrupt a business’s IT systems, to a cyber attack where a company has been targeted maliciously. Hardware and software failures can also cause disasters if not managed correctly.
Disaster recovery services aim to limit the impact of the whole range of potential disasters that companies can face, putting a halt to cyber attacks and getting companies back to business as quickly as possible. In doing so, they significantly reduce the overall cost of a disaster, and limit the impact that disasters can have on a brand’s reputation.
Disaster Recovery Statistics
Gartner has estimated that the average cost of network downtime is around $5,600 per minute. A quick calculation shows that the hourly price of downtime is a whopping $300,000 – so time really is of the essence in disaster recovery!
You might be surprised to hear that the vast majority of small businesses don’t have a disaster recovery plan in place. In fact, recent estimates suggest that as many as 75% of small businesses don’t have a disaster recovery plan or access to any disaster recovery services. This means that most small businesses are ill-equipped to cope with a disaster. Don’t be one of them.
What Constitutes a Disaster?
A disaster could be caused by a range of different external or internal factors, and will typically result in unexpected downtime for a company. The severity of this depends on both the cause of the downtime and how well a business is equipped to deal with it. Common causes of disasters include cyber-attacks, hardware failures, software failures, data corruption, power supply problems and security breaches.