Did you know that 80% of organizations do not have a reliable way to backup and protect one of their most valuable assets? So let’s put it into perspective, do you have a plan of action when disaster strikes? I don’t necessarily mean disaster due to weather, but disasters happening when users accidentally delete an entire database. The cost of restoring data on a failed hard drive would put your costs through the roof, and even then there is no guarantee. Databases, applications, emails and file systems could all be wiped out in the blink of an eye. So now that you know I mean business, let’s look at the comparisons.


Traditional Backup Intelligent Business Continuity
  • Takes weeks to recover data after disaster.
  • After a disaster downtime is reduced to hours, minutes, or even seconds.
  • High risk for human error, due to manual administration. 60% of on-site disasters are due to human error.
  • Very little management is required for backups.
  • Challenging to test if a backup is working properly.
  • Backups are saved in multiple locations.
  • Time consuming and expensive.
  • Quick and efficient transferring of files to off-site data centers.
  • Physical to virtual conversions can be time consuming.
  • Eliminates downtime in the event of a disaster.
  • No redundant backups in multiple locations
  • Key-based encryption ensures data is safe.
  • When recovering data, tape failure rates exceed 50%
  • Low risk of corrupted backups or data loss.
  • Potential for theft and loss of media.