Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Avoid the $10,000 per hour cost of downtime by putting a Disaster Recovery Plan in place.
Create a Disaster Recovery Plan to Ensure Business Continuity
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) enables the continuation of your business operations in the face of unforeseen events, natural or man-made disasters. It supports your business continuity and improves your compliance with good governance and audit requirements.
We can collaborate with you to design your disaster recovery plan. Our Disastery Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) model gives your business the best expertise, hardware, and experience to prepare for any disaster.
All our plans include clear recovery point objectives (RPO) so you know how recently your operations have been secured. We also include recovery time objectives (RTO) because we know you want to understand the time it will take to restore operations after a disaster. Our disaster recovery services will get your business up and running fast if they are ever needed.
Our DRaaS solutions are designed to meet your specific needs. We deliver an average savings of upto 30% Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) compared to an in-house solutions. Multiple DR zones can be setup for greater flexibility and protection.
- Clear, customized Service Level Agreements backed by 24/7 customer support.
- Bandwidth services for replication are included in the cost.
- Deployment can be quick, easy, and is fully controlled by the user.
- Hybrid investment models provide choice between capital expenditure (CapEx) or operational expenditure (OpEx).
- Shared and dedicated infrastructure choices are available, including interconnectivity between our KOM4 and DUQM Data Centers.
All Downtime Is Bad
The only good downtime is no downtime. Downtime can cost businesses $10,000 per hour. Predicting downtime causes is almost impossible. Natural disasters, computer failures, cyber attacks, and user error can all cause issues for businesses.
How prepared is your business for the most common failures? Consider these scenarios:
- Your main server fails and stops working altogether
- A natural disaster causes widespread chaos in your area, including loss of power
- A malicious attack on your computer systems removes access to all your business data for the past twelve months
These are situations businesses find themselves in every day. Would your business survive and continue during one of these events?
Unprepared Businesses Suffer More
Disastrous data losses happen, and they come in many forms. According to one survey, during the past year:
- More than a third of organizations lost one or more critical applications, virtual machines, or critical data files for hours at a time
- Nearly one in five companies lost one or more critical applications over a period of days
- One in four respondents said that they had lost most or all of a data center for hours or in some cases, days
The same survey reveals the cost of these disasters. The average cost was $50,000, but larger businesses reported losses up to $5 million. Clearly, downtime and disasters are enemies you want to avoid.