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BackupDisasterRecovery
BackupDisasterRecovery
BackupDisasterRecovery

Without a comprehensive backup and disaster recovery plan, your employees will remain idle during a technical downtime, as they cannot complete activities that rely on the affected resources. Thus, limiting their productivity and overall output. Backup and disaster recovery restores your enterprise’s sensitive data, safeguarding your employees’ productivity.

UninterruptedProductivity

Businesses could incur several risks with an inexistent or mediocre backup and disaster recovery plan. Depending on the recovery time, i.e. the time it takes for your business to come back online, these risks could run from mass employee turnover to loss of customers, causing a domino effect of legal battles, financial losses, etc. With a robust backup disaster recovery system, these risks are eliminated.

RiskElimination

Information technology downtimes are very costly. Gartner estimates businesses could lose anywhere from £260,000 to £540,000 an hour. The exact figure depends on several factors like the type of business, as e-commerce enterprises are scheduled to lose more than other businesses. Nevertheless, having an intricate backup disaster recovery system would mitigate these financial losses. Financially, it would be like the downtime never occurred.

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As much as downtimes are expected in the digital era, an inexistent backup disaster recovery strategy will affect more than just your company’s productivity, as it will taint its reputation as well. Your enterprise could go from being a credible business to one that clients are sceptical of associating with.

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Microminder’s backup and disaster recovery creates a replication of your work resources and runs it in a virtual environment. With our Continuous Replication feature, these backed-up resources and VM workloads are automatically updated and regularly copied off-site. This disaster recovery type offers flexibility and helps your enterprise attain its recovery time objective.

Microminder’s on-premises backup and disaster recovery offerings are hosted on-site. Here, sensitive information is retained or backed up on-premises. However, our on-premises disaster recovery plan doesn’t solely rely on the on-premises environment. Microminder employs a secondary site to host sensitive data that businesses can easily retrieve.

Microminder’s physical backup and disaster recovery involve traditional outlets like magnetic tape storage. This is a reliable and cost-effective option as it stores large amounts of sensitive data, giving you a handy duplicate of your most essential information. However, our physical disaster recovery plan doesn’t involve this magnetic tape, as that would lengthen the recovery time.

Microminder’s Cloud backup and disaster recovery strategy backs up business resources and data in the Cloud. This strategy can accommodate businesses with cloud-based or on-premises network environments. Our hybrid cloud backup and disaster recovery approach allows businesses to keep working in their preferred production environment but store their replicated data in the Cloud. Thus, giving you cloud-based advantages like scalability and security without moving your work environment.

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