When disaster strikes, how much downtime can your business afford? Minutes? Hours? Days? Weeks?
If your business doesn’t have a disaster recovery plan in place, the company’s downtime in the event of a disaster will be a dangerous uncertainty hanging over the productivity of the company. And even if you do have a disaster recovery solution in place, is it as redundant and remotely accessible as you need it to be?
Cloud-based disaster recovery can offer high availability, recovery in minutes and remote access. Doyenz, a cloud computing solutions company, put together an infographic on the benefits of cloud-based disaster recovery and pulled out a few facts:
- The No. 1 most common business disaster is data, often caused by human error, hardware failure, natural disaster and theft.
- 30 percent of midsized companies will have adopted recovery-in-the-cloud to support IT operations recovery by 2014.
- 3 in 5 U.S. businesses are not confident they can recover quickly from a disaster.
- 38 percent of small businesses have adopted cloud storage as part of their disaster recovery plans.
Want to learn more about cloud-based disaster recovery? Check out the infographic in full from Smallbiztechnology.com.