Why every business in Raleigh-Durham needs Data Backup and Disaster Recovery
Have you ever found yourself in the midst of a major data disaster? You’re not alone.
According to the National Archives & Records Administration in Washington, 20% of small to medium businesses will suffer a major disaster, causing loss of critical data every 5 years.
Also, according to The Costs of Enterprise Downtime, Infonetics Research, companies experience an average of 501 hours of network downtime every year, and the overall downtime costs an average of 3.6% of annual revenue.
Lastly, 93% of companies that lose their data center for 10 days or more, due to a disaster, filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster, and 50% filed for bankruptcy immediately, according to the National Archives & Records Administration.
COMPUTERBILITIES DATA BACKUP AND DISASTER RECOVERY SERVICES
At Computerbilities, we believe in proactively taking measures against data loss. Our solutions meet you specific budget and needs. Our backup solutions are run automatically in the background will not interrupt your work. With our solutions, you can have the peace of mind that your data remains secure. Over the years, our technician’s ability to provide backup support has been tested.
One of our clients in the contracting industry had a catastrophic server hard drive failure, and all of their data was lost. Thankfully, due to our technicians' belief in the necessity of redundant backup, we were able to restore our client’s data within 24 hours. Our client only lost half a day of work, but those 4 hours could have easily been weeks if they didn't have back-up measures in place.
A different clients had all of their computers and backups stolen from their office. For this client, we were able to get their systems back up and running within two days, along with new computers, and with their data restored from an off-site backup.
Most of the time, our reasons for restoring client data are not this drastic. Typically, data loss is due to human error, such as inadvertently deleting files. Regardless of the reason, having a backup is essential to the continuity of your business.
Don’t go another day with your data at risk
Is your data secured, should disaster strike? Contact us to learn about how you can try us for 30 days at no obligation to you.