The disaster recovery plan you need.
Your company faces constant threats to the security of its data. Hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and other natural disasters can disrupt your operations for days. Add to that, hackers and ransomware can infiltrate your system. But the most common causes of disaster– power outages, hardware errors and human errors – are the most unpredictable and can account for the most downtime.
“Despite the challenges of facing a disaster without a well-conceived strategy, 4 out of 10 companies don’t have a disaster recovery plan.”
Without a recovery plan, the disaster is compounded in the time, resources and money spent to analyze the cause and scope of the problem and implement a solution. Meanwhile, your company may lose $5,600 per minute of downtime. And that financial cost doesn’t even take into consideration the effect a service interruption has on your organization’s reputation for reliability.
If your business doesn’t have a cloud disaster recovery plan, or doesn’t have an effective one, you most likely live with the worry that a catastrophe could occur at any time. You’re not alone. Despite the challenges of facing a disaster without a well-conceived strategy, 4 out of 10 companies don’t have a disaster recovery plan. Why? Business leaders say many plans are too complicated, too expensive and don’t meet the company’s needs.
The disaster recovery plan that helps solve YOUR problems
But what if you had a disaster recovery plan that protected your business, that was simple to develop, scalable, and was tailored to address your company’s specific requirements?
THE NTT DIFFERENCE…
With deep expertise in managing disaster recovery, private, public, hybrid and multi-clouds, and IT services for our clients’ most mission-critical applications and data, our team of engineers know how to design the system to meet your recovery time (RTO) and recovery point (RPO) objectives.
THE NTT CLOUD-BASED DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN IS:
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