Adam Ryan, Chief Services Officer @ Calligo and Chris Rogers, Cloud Architect @ Zerto
Your data is your business. If you lose access to it, or it is corrupted, lost, stolen or held in a ransomware attack, how long could you survive without it?
What measures do you have in place to backup your data? And are you sure? For example, most businesses using Microsoft 365 believe that Microsoft is automatically backing up their data in case of disaster. It is not – leaving businesses at serious risk of total data loss.
Similarly, many businesses who are “backing up their data” are in fact not backing up enough data, or regularly enough, or in a way that is rapidly restorable.
Do you have a disaster recovery plan?
75% of businesses have nothing planned. Literally no preparation for total or partial loss of data or access to it.
93% of companies without a disaster recovery plan in place who suffer a major data disaster are out of business within one year.
Meanwhile, 96% of companies with a trusted backup and disaster recovery plan were able to survive ransomware attacks – one of the most common major data disasters.
This webinar will cover:
- The threats and liabilities that data protection shields you from.
- Best practices for backup, using real-life examples of worst practice.
- The differences between backup, disaster recovery and business continuity and the over-confidence that comes from not appreciating these differences.
- What you need to consider in your data protection strategy, and how to implement it.
- How you will benefit from doing this right.