Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
How much money does it cost your business if your data isn’t accessible? It is fair to say that most of the business conducted today is facilitated by Information Technology and relies on a company’s ability to access that data. Not being able to access data means not being to operate a business, and that can get expensive. How expensive? Here is a short formula we at TVX use to determine the cost of downtime.
For this example, let’s assume a company produces $1 Million dollars every year in revenue. This company also operates 8am to 5pm, 5 days per week, 52 weeks per year. That is a total of 2080 hours spent generating $1,000,000. So here is the math:
$1,000,000 (Annual revenue) / 2080 (hours worked per year) = $480
Every hour that this business is down costs around $480. WOW!
Our list of TVX Partners with Disaster Recovery as a Service models equips your customers with the tools they need to ensure their mission critical applications are available to their users during any type of crisis – floods, fires, power loss, server failures, rogue employees, etc. These include natural disasters that can impact entire communities, cities, states and even regions of the nation.
All of our DRaaS Partners hold industry standard certifications surrounding security as well as house their Disaster Recovery Systems in Tier 3+ and Tier 4 Datacenters. These facilities have fault-tolerant site infrastructure with electrical power storage and distribution facilities with expected availability of 99.995%. All cooling equipment is independently dual-powered with multiple independent power distribution paths. They also feature dual redundant UPS battery systems with multiple diesel generators to power the facility for seven days without primary power from utilities. Our partners maintain priority contracts for diesel refueling (second only to hospitals, first responders, and government agencies). These are just a few advantages over a customer-based or lower-tier data center.
RTOs can be selected ranging from 3 minutes to 7 days. (make graphical)