Way More Than Just A Backup Solution
If you sign up for our NetCare service plan, backup and disaster recovery is included. It’s the only way we will guarantee our service. However, you can get our disaster recovery service as a stand alone for your existing network.
What we offer is way more than just a backup service. We offer a disaster recovery plan. That plan may or may not include onsite backups depending on requirements and size of systems being backed up, but it definitely includes an offsite component. We are completely hands on and in full control of the service to ensure that backups are being done completely, on time, and recoverable in case of disaster. If there is a disaster we are there doing whatever we have to to get your data recovered as quickly as possible so your business can continue on. With our service we can even start up a virtual instance of your servers in the cloud to get you up within minutes of a disaster to get your business running from just about anywhere.
Here Are Some True, Hard Facts About Data Backup
The average failure rate of disk and tape drives is 100% – ALL DRIVES WILL EVENTUALLY FAIL.
Only 34% of companies test their tape backups, and of those who do, 77% have found failures.
60% of companies that lose their data will go out of business within 6 months of the disaster.
Over 1/2 of critical corporate data resides on unprotected PC desktops and laptops.
Key causes for data loss are:
78% Hardware or system malfunction
11% Human error
7% Software corruption or program malfunction
2% Computer viruses
1% Natural disasters
Only 25% of users frequently back up their files, yet 85% of those same users say they are very concerned about losing important digital data.
More than 22% said backing up their PCs was on their to-do list, but they seldom do it.
30% of companies report that they still do not have a disaster recovery program in place, and 2 out of 3 feel their data backup and disaster recovery plans have significant vulnerabilities.
1 in 25 notebooks are stolen, broken or destroyed each year.
Today’s hard drives store 500 times the data stored on the drives of a decade ago. This increased capacity amplifies the impact of data loss, making mechanical precision more critical.
You have a 30% chance of having a corrupted file within a one-year time frame.