Most enterprises consider their disaster recovery plan average or below average, and 36% of those who have a data recovery plan believe it is inadequate, according to a survey of 1,600 data center managers and directors. (Dave Raffo, Senior News Director 12 Jan. 2009)
Enterprise and Business Data Recovery
One key reason for is because virtually every disaster recovery plan fails to address recovering data from the failed device. That means there is a huge gap between your last backup and the data lost between the backup schedule and the time of failure. This is where ADR Data Recovery comes in: Recovering your most current data from the hard drive or server that failed.
This is a very high percentage of enterprise companies that don't have an adequate data disaster recovery plan in place. The survey also states that the highest percentage of downtime is from human error. Most enterprise companies have their own IT departments who are in charge of making sure data is backed up and working correctly. Even so, there are still times when things happen that are beyond IT’s expertise to solve. That is where we come in. We will get lost data back and solve the stress of company downtime.
Breakdown of Downtime Costs by Industry:
Downtime costs tend to vary by industry, as well as on a company's dependence on technology. The following chart illustrates the average downtime costs per hour for many industries. Remember that downtime due to data loss isn't just limited to monetary impact, it also includes loss of customer confidence, liability, and lost current/future business.*
|Credit Card Sales Auth.||$2,600,000|
*Source: IT Performance Engineering and Measurement Strategies: Quantifying Performance and Loss, Meta Group, Oct. 2000; Fibre Channel Industry Association.
We Recover all types of media and brands for enterprise businesses
- All hard disk drive brands including: Western Digital, Seagate, Maxtor, IBM, HP, Dell, and Toshiba.
- All operating systems including: Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, and Linux.
- All server types and databases including: Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Access, and DB2.
- All RAID levels and configurations including: RAID 5, RAID 0, RAID 1+0.
- All types of media including: PC hard disk drives, laptop and notebook hard disk drives, backup tapes, CDs, CDRWs, DVDs, Zip media and USB devices.
- All types of data loss including: mechanical failure, water damage, fire, viruses, accidental file deletion and reformatting, and software corruption.
For large enterprises who have vendor lists, we do offer a preferred client program to receive discounted data recovery for your continued patronage. Call us today to find out more.