Disaster Recovery / Data Management

A wisecracking man once said: “…you know how to take the reservation, you just don’t know how to hold the reservation. And that’s really the most important part of the reservation: the holding. Anybody can just take them.” A similar adage holds true for data backups and data management: It’s not so much making the backup that’s hard, it’s keeping track of all your backups and making them easy to reinstate when a disaster actually occurs. That’s the crucial element.

The reasons behind needing viable, demonstrable, reliable, and most importantly recoverable data management solutions, quickly becomes clear to anyone that’s had to recover their data. There’s nothing quite like sorting through dozens of boxes of unlabeled tapes while a SAN is down to make you rethink your disaster recovery plan. Backing up your data solely for compliance reasons, or just to check another box off your list, can leave you in the lurch when disaster strikes.

TBC’s data­-management­-as­-a-­service, powered by Actifio, enables our clients in Phoenix and San Diego to create service-­level agreements on a granular level, for separate workloads. This grants them the flexibility to drill down to 10 minute recovery­-time objectives and data recovery-­point objectives for mission critical applications and databases, which would otherwise be extremely cost prohibitive.

For example, consider the following statistics:

More than 80% of companies who suffer a disaster can expect to go out of business within 18 months as a consequence. (Source ­ Survive)
International Data Corp. estimates an average loss of $84,000 for every hour of downtime. According to Strategic Research, the cost of downtime is actually higher, estimated at close to $90,000 per hour!
70% of all successful attacks on computer networks, many of which were accidental, were carried out by employees/insiders. (Source ­ IDC)

When disaster strikes your business, make sure it doesn’t strike your patients, customers, and employees. Otherwise, you run the risk of becoming just another statistic. TBC can quickly and effectively create a Business Continuity plan to ensure your business is here to stay.

Don’t delay, call one of our data backup & recovery specialists at: (602) 396-5318