Our Business Continuity and Recovery Solutions Have You Covered
Your data is important to your business. How are you protecting it?
Files do get lost; hardware fails; backups get corrupted. Atlas through its partnership with Datto has solutions to manage these risks. Datto’s backup appliances can backup any amount of data locally—and as often as every 5 minutes.
It also copies these backups to the cloud in case your premises are unavailable to you through flood, civil action, pandemic, fire, or theft. And your data can be “spun up” on a “virtual server” in case so your team can keep working even while replacement computers are on order.
Because it’s hard to predict the future or when a business interruption will happen, we’ve prepared the following calculator to help you understand the important of your data to your business—or perhaps more importantly, the cost of not having that data in the event of a disaster.
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The cost of a technology outage can cripple a business.
Our Recovery Time & Downtime Cost Calculator below focuses on a handful of simple metrics that might come into play during a downtime event, and starts a general analysis of what an outage could mean to your business. The results of this calculator are meant to help estimate loss, and does not calculate actual loss.
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How much data do you have on critical business systems?
?What is the timeframe between each of your backups? E.g. every hour, once a day, once a week.
How often do you back up this data?
?From when disaster strikes, how long does it for your end user to notify you, for you to assess the situation, access your backups, and start the recovery process? Think of this a your response time.
On average, how long does it take you to notify your IT Service Provider that there is an issue and for them to start trouble shooting the downtime incident?
?Storing your data locally is designed for fast data transfers, however you are at risk if there is a disaster in the office such as fire, floods or theft. Cloud data is stored off-site, such as in a Datto data center, which brings an extra level of availability albeit at a slower speed for full bare metal restores.
Where do you currently store your backups?
?Speed of cloud recovery comes down to the amount of data you are trying to recover and your download speed. Devices with slower connections will take longer to recover.
What is the download speed from your cloud backup location?
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Downtime & Recovery Costs
?Nearly every employee will be impacted by an IT outage and will not be able to perform their job obligations to a certain degree. We recommend including the entire staff in this field.
How many employees do you have?
?Even if the business stops due to an outage and employees are not able to perform some, or all, of their duties, employee wages typically are still paid. We are assuming yours will need to be paid, and this must be included in your cost of downtime calculations.
What is the average annual salary per employee?
?All staff come with overhead costs like, gas, electric, rent, etc. Normally, this is about 50% of the average salary.
What is their average annual overhead cost of an employee?
?For most businesses, an outage will halt the ability to product and accrue revenue. We are assuming that your revenue will case during an outage, and so annual revenue helps to calculate the average cost of lost revenue during downtime.
What is your business' annual revenue?
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