HOW MUCH IT RISK IS ACCEPTABLE?

TAKE VULNERABILITIES HEAD ON WITH A SOLUTIONS II ASSESSMENT

In the event of a site outage, 67% of organizations estimate they would lose $20k+ for every day of downtime.* While many executive and stakeholders speak regularly about high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR), this remains as one of the top five issues each company wants to address. It is also the least funded of any of the top initiatives these key executives pursue. With so much money on the line, where’s the disconnect between importance, urgency and investments business make?

The reality is many companies do not know where and how to start. Conversations around HA and DR are simply that, conversations. A few notes are taken and jotted down on whiteboards across businesses throughout the world. These notes are then only referenced but a few times annually, if that at all. For the few organizations which have HA and DR plans in place, the validity of many of these plans becomes outdated quickly. The reason behind this is due to technology and innovation curves. Also, testing of such plans usually doesn't happen. Processes and workflow of these plans are genuinely little value in most cases to the business requirements they seek to appease. Frustrating!

This is where Solutions II can help. An Assessment from Solutions II can assist you improve:

  • Efficient Consolidation of Data Through Comprehensive and Effective De-duplication
  • Substantially Increase Speed of Backups
  • Reliable Data, Protection of Mission-critical Data
  • Simplified management
  • Improved Security
  • Legal and Business Requirements Compliance

Protecting your data and ensuring the integrity of business uptime when disaster happens is one of our core competencies. When disaster strikes, let your business focus on what really matters, such as like employee and family well-being. Let Solutions II focus on keeping your business running. Contact us today to take the risk out of your online business with a Solutions II assessment.

*State of Disaster Recovery in 2016

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