The loss of data in today’s fast pace and competitive environment can be disastrous to an organization or individual. For some companies it can even be a "show stopper" causing companies to incur heavy loses in production and downtime costs and sometimes unfortunately, even resulting in a company's closure.
I can assist you and your company within all the different areas of data protection, data backups, recovery and data risk assessment needs. Understanding that while you need to get on with doing the business of business, you need to be reassured that your data is secure, available and recoverable. My extensive years of experience within the field of information technology can give you and your company this peace of mind.
For the individual the loss of crucial data can be a nerve wrecking ordeal, along with the sometimes high prices that come with having to recover data. It is within my experience that 80% of the time (depending on the circumstances of course) that your data is easily recoverable than most make out to believe. I would like to encourage you to give me a try first on a free assessment basis, and if the storage media is really badly damaged I will advise you first of all the different and most feasible options available.
Some quick Facts about Data Loss:
- 93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster. 50% of businesses that found themselves without data management for this same time period filed for bankruptcy immediately. (Source: National Archives and Records Administration in Washington.)
- Of those companies participating in the 2001 Cost of Downtime Survey, 46% said each hour of downtime would cost their companies up to $50,000, 28% said each hour would cost between $51,000 and $250,000, 18% said each hour would cost between $251,000 and $1 million, 8% said it would cost their companies more than $1million per hour. (Source: 2001 Cost of Downtime Survey Results, 2001.)
- At what point does loss of data threaten the survival of a business? 40% of companies in the Cost of Downtime Survey said 72 hours, 21% said 48 hours, 15% said 24 hours, 8% said 8 hours, 9% said 4 hours, 3% said 1 hour, 4% said within the hour. (Source: 2001 Cost of Downtime Survey Results, 2001.)