Disasters come in many forms, but the impact is the same: loss of data, which leads to operational downtime. The consequences of not having a Disaster Recovery Plan can be devastating; it may damage customer relationships, revenue, reputation, and can cause permanent loss of data. Recovery is painful, but planning is not. It is always good to understand the vulnerabilities and safeguard yourself against risks. Having a business continuity plan for the worst possible business disruption should be the approach.
The average cost of having 2% downtime for a business with 25 million revenue is around 1.5 million.
Our end to end managed Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) uses Microsoft Azure cloud computing to reduce costs by removing secondary data center costs, hardware costs, and reducing manual effort. Using a secure and granular data replication mechanism using Azure Site Recovery, your data and critical systems configuration is replicated to the cloud storage ecosystem, where it remains ready to be activated in the event of a disaster
Our transparent pricing will give you greater predictability of storage costs and choose the right Disaster Recovery strategy matching with your business needs.
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