25 Data Disaster Recovery Statistics for 2015 [Infographic]

It’s no secret that disaster recovery is becoming a bigger part of every company’s business continuity strategy. With the average cost of downtime ranging from 74,000 for mid-size companies to 800,000 for enterprises, data and operational uptime is mission-critical.

While companies realize the business value, they can’t afford the high cost and complexity that comes with traditional DR solutions.

Fortunately, new Backup and disaster recovery solutions are entering the market place and this is changing the DR conversation. What are the “must-haves”? How many of your IT peers are moving to cloud-based DR?

The “Future of DR – Failover for Every Company” infographic below answers the questions above and is a deep dive into the following:

  • The problems with today’s DR.
  • Why your business needs DR.
  • What your IT peers are prioritizing for DR in 2015 (you can also check out 2016 results here).
  • The future of Data Disaster Recovery.

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