82% of companies have experienced at least one unplanned operational system downtime outage in the past 3 years.
Extreme data loss, even temporarily, has been known to cause organisations to fail.
Can it be prevented?
Downtime and data loss can start a chain reaction of damaging events, including lost customers, decreased employee productivity, data failure, lost revenue and in extreme cases, business failure.
So ask yourself, if your servers were to go down today – what would you do? Do you have a plan in place? How long would it take to get your systems back up and running?
Have you ever heard of the old saying, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” This nugget of wisdom applies perfectly to this situation. With the help of SaaSAge, you could have in place a robust Disaster Recovery Strategy and Business Continuity Plan that can be acted upon immediately in the event of downtime or loss of data. Anddd relax… now you can sleep at night!
“The key to the success of this project wasn’t just their values, it was their vision…”
Neil Flint, Charlesworth School
Before you can even begin to think about Business Continuity, it’s important to conduct a Risk Assessment or Business Impact Analysis. This will help to recognise which of your core IT services support your critical business activities. From there, you can work out how quickly you need then to be back up and running, and the extent that you need them recovered to.
Once armed with those all important details, we can begin to devise your Business Continuity Plan.
“Brilliant - no fuss, expert advice and absolutely no headaches”
SaaSAge handled the situation and recommended MS Office 365. Brilliant – no fuss, expert advice and absolutely no headaches… impressed by the efficiency and advice… can highly recommend them.John Knott, Technical Director