Cloud computing has gone through a total evolution since the first web-based services were launched in the early 2000s. From the very beginning, cloud computing solved a tough business problem: how to use IT infrastructure capacity efficiently. Before the cloud computing infrastructure model was developed, many businesses used only 10% of their capacity.
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?
Are you actively testing your backup processes against your Restore Time and Restore Point Objectives (RTO/RPO)? How long can you afford to lose access to your data? How much data can you afford to lose? What is the cost to your business if you cannot recover your data or it takes too long?