In August 2016, a power failure at Delta Air Lines’ brought thousands of flights worldwide to a complete standstill. The disruption at airports across the globe forced Delta to rebook scores of passengers, which in turn, cost the airline millions of dollars. While these IT failures occurred in the massive airline industry, they should force companies in all industries to take stock of their own data backup and recovery plans—or lack thereof.
What are the factors that influence the cost of retrieving your backed-up data? This is an important question, especially when many mass market vendors offer customers pricing for backing up their data. Yet when it comes to actually recovering that backed-up data, it’s an entirely different story that ends with a significant price tag.
Your business depends on having immediate access to your company’s data at your fingertips 24/7. Should a disaster occur, every business owner and IT director wants to know that their company’s data can be recovered—and quickly.
As your business grows, the volume of data your company relies on to serve your customers grows along with it.. You want to be sure you are backing up your data with reliable solutions that guarantee uninterrupted access to data in case of a disaster. For some highly regulated industries, such as healthcare and financial services, compliance regulations dictate that you have protected and recoverable data. So, where to begin?
Data is one of your business’ most valuable assets. And, like any asset, you want to make sure you’re protecting it. Whether you’re backing up your data physical or virtual machines (VM), do you know whether that data is recoverable in the event of an emergency?
Does your business have a backup plan for its backed up files?
According to recent international research by Security Week, data loss at the enterprise level has increased more than 400 percent over the last two years, and the threat continues to climb. And when it comes to data breaches, IT Web predicts that the total cost will be more than $2.1 trillion by 2019.
EDSI has seen the detrimental results of ransomware attacks in terms of both time and money. As a provider of cloud backup solutions, we work proactively with clients to protect their IT systems. However, sometimes we are approached for help after an attack has occurred.
As a provider of Veeam cloud offsite backup services, EDSI is pleased to announce that Veeam has been chosen as a top choice for data backup applications for an unprecedented third consecutive year.
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