Servers fail. Hard drives die. Laptops are lost. Can your organization
afford the loss of business-critical data?
Data is the lifeblood of every business. Unfortunately, there are
countless ways for businesses to lose data, including hardware and
software failures, physical damage, loss, and theft. When data loss
occurs, especially on critical workstations and servers, business
grinds to a halt and vital accounting or customer records may be
lost. The cost of data loss varies depending on industry – but in
all cases, it is significant.
While common forms of data loss can interrupt daily operations or
be isolated to a single machine or user, site-wide disasters can be
the death knell for a business. Fires, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes,
and other natural disasters can completely wipe out a location,
along with its on-site data. Therefore, it is imperative that
businesses adopt a backup solution that includes off-site
backup to the cloud.
Augment this with a BDR for worry-free productivity. A BDR captures snapshots of a server – including its data, operating system, applications and configurations – and replicates them to the cloud. Recovery is seamless, maintaining uptime and keeping business running full speed ahead.