One hour – just one hour – of downtime costs organizations an average of $84,650, according to a report from Veeam. The average outage lasts 79 minutes. During that time, businesses can’t function properly, leading to lost productivity, data, revenue, customer confidence and security protections. Serious disruptions can have long-lasting, detrimental effects on an organization’s operations if proper safeguards are not taken.
That's why developing a disaster recovery and business continuity plan is essential for all organizations – and may be the key to a company’s survival when operations are disrupted. This in-depth report breaks down best practices IT pros should follow to protect their organizations – and details real-world cases of DR/BC strategies in action.
Download our guide, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity In Action, to learn:
- The fundamentals of disaster recovery and business continuity – and their key enterprise considerations in 2022
- The role of recovery time objective (RPO) and recovery point objective (RTO) in DR/BC systems and advice for optimizing RPOs and RTOs.
- Tips for overcoming hybrid cloud disaster recovery challenges
- How Kitselas First Nation improved backup and DR after disaster struck
- How one college used Wasabi and Rubrik backup technology to overhaul its backup and archiving systems
- How modernized backup systems saved a signage company from a ransomware hack