SharePoint Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

Disastrous Statistics

Aveco says, 20% of companies will suffer fire, flood, power failures, terrorism or hardware or software disaster.

Of those without a DRP, 80% that experience a significant data loss are likely to go out of business within one month.

43% of businesses that are not able to resume operations in 10 days of a disaster will never reopen.

Identifying Your Business Continuity Needs

Disaster Recovery RPO/RTO graphic
Identify your organization's RPO & RTO
Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
Company strategy for continuing operations after a major incident. Acting as a backup plan, it will typically identify your business's Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
The maximum period of time your company's IT can be without data that is lost after a major incident
Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
The maximum period of time it takes for your company to recover the services necessary to resume business.

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How will you recover data?

Once your BCP identifies how critical your data is, the next step is finding a way to recover that data. This is necessary to combat everything from outages to any form of human error or natural disaster. Disaster Recovery is your failsafe, your 'Plan B'. And there should always be a Plan B. It provides recovery options for your data should something happen to the servers hosting your data. Without a proper DR in place at your company, there are no second chances.

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Consider these statistics

Less than 25% of enterprises have invested in comprehensive Business Continuity Planning. For any of these enterprises, a four-hour to 24-hour outage could cause irreparable damage to the company (via Gartner).

In 2010, The National Archives and Records Administration reported that 93% of enterprises with data centers that remained down for 10 days or more due to a major incident filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster (via

Now consider these statistics from a Cloud-centered Disaster Recovery plan: The average length of downtime per major incident for cloud users was four times shorter than non-cloud users. Similarly, cloud users experienced fewer downtimes than non-cloud users (via Smart Data Collective).

Disaster Recovery for SharePoint's SharePoint Cloud offers Disaster Recovery options for any business need, and item-level or daily backup solutions are available for a reasonable monthly-fee.

DR demands a custom solution for everyone. With custom servers and scenarios, you never know what it's going to look like until it's finished. is ready to support any recovery or backup needs that you have, so the question is 'What do you want us to do?' is capable of meeting whatever needs you require.
Rather than overprice an environment, let's examine your business' needs and develop a solution that matches up.