Is Disaster Recovery Worth Your Investment?

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Is Disaster Recovery Worth Your Investment?

Your business is thriving, your numbers are up, you’ve got an efficient and reliable team behind you and life seems good. In other words, at the moment, you’re feeling quite secure. It seems silly to invest in a disaster recovery service when there isn’t a “disaster” in sight, right?


Wrong! Now is the perfect time to invest. Tech disasters have the potential to wipe your business out and come when you are least expecting it. In fact, 93% of companies without Disaster Recovery who suffer a major data disaster are out of business within one year.

Invest in Disaster Recovery solutions upfront and never let unforeseen tech dangers take you by surprise.


Types of potential danger


  1. Hardware Failures – a power surge or connection failure could result in extreme data loss and damage.
  2. Cyber Attacks – cyber-crime is on the rise, especially in the case of remote work.
  3. Human Error – a well-trained, reliable staff can still click the wrong button or delete important data.


Improved customer service


Give your customers the type of service and attention they require. A backup plan will ensure the protection of your data, but also theirs. There is now room for a sense of trust and loyalty in your business relationships. Returning customers are key to a strong client portfolio. Having a secure plan in the case of a disaster is the perfect way to ensure customers will return.


Long-term cost-efficiency


Companies have the potential to lose up to thousands of dollars per minute of downtime. If your systems are impaired or data is lost. The amount of time it takes to come back from the incident can lead to the loss of money and customers. The cost of downtime has the potential to cost your business up to more than $50,000 in losses, on average, with bigger companies citing losses off up to $5 million. Nip the problem in the bud and save yourself the extra business and costs.


Investing in disaster recovery services avoids the stress of the inevitable disasters that could come your way. A data breach report published by The Ponemon Institute states that the average cost of a data breach is at $3.92 million for a single incident. Save your business from the potential loss and even extra costs on an attack or data loss.


SingularisIT Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) means that even in a worst-case scenario, a total or near-total shutdown of the affected system, damage, and recovery time will be minimal. Luckily, our DRaaS plans are flexible and can be tailored to your specific requirements. Take a look at our Disaster Recovery as a Service and find out how we can help you remain one step ahead of tech disasters.