Business Continuity

Business Continuity

Is your business continuity plan good enough?

As technology becomes more and more sophisticated, relying on backups as your primary continuity plan can leave your business in a critical state. If disaster hits, you could be looking at hours or even days of downtime, costing you time and money from every angle.


The Truth About Disasters

They can happen to any business at any time and the downtime they cause is truly catastrophic, many businesses never recover. 

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Downtime is Common

90% of companies experience some form of downtime, which may result in loss of data, security, productivity, and revenue.

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Disastrous Situations

Disasters that cause downtime may be a result of hardware failure, human error, or natural disaster.

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(Down) Time is Money

An hour of downtime costs $8,000 for a small company, $74,000 for a medium company, and $700,000 for a large enterprise.

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Recovery is Painful

The average time it takes a business to recover from disaster is 18.5 hours, but 43% of companies never totally recover.


What will it cost you when IT fails?

Our Downtime Calculator can show you.

How we deliver business continuity

Business continuity means we take care of your technology to ensure your IT Just Works, leaving you free to focus on your business. In fact, we’ve built our Intelligent Business Continuity Solution to eliminate the risk of data loss from disasters.  It’s an end-to end approach that protects your data before disaster strikes and gets your business back up and running in minutes if it does.

” Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail “

Only 6% of companies without a disaster recovery plan survive a disaster

Services

Harness Your Productivity

Know What To Look For and How Much To Pay For IT Support For Your Business And How To Get Exactly What You Need Without Unnecessary Extras, Hidden Fees And Bloated Contracts.

This Business IT Services Guide Will Arm You With Facts And Understanding Before You Give A Computer Consultant Access To Your Company’s Network.
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