Safeguard your business with Azure Site Recovery
Having an IT disaster recovery plan is vital today – with businesses facing threats of cyber-attacks, power outages, natural disasters, and unwanted intrusions.
Now is the perfect time to implement disaster recovery measures by moving your business to the cloud and safeguard your data from unprecedented loss in the future.
Why your organization needs a Disaster Recovery plan
Every day, your business relies on documents, applications, and existing data to function. What would happen if you suddenly lost access to these things?
Cyber-attacks such as ransomware, data breaches, DDOS, and phishing attacks are increasing at an alarming rate. It is absolutely critical for you to plan your continuity to ensure if such incidents occur, your operations remain unaffected.
Challenges faced by organizations without a Disaster Recovery plan
Azure Site Recovery: Microsoft’s trusted Backup and Disaster Recovery Service
As an organization, you must implement a business continuity and disaster recovery plan to keep your data protected and your apps running smoothly even during planned and unplanned outages.
Azure Site Recovery is Microsoft’s cloud-based disaster recovery service which duplicates your operations to a secondary location in the form of Virtual Machines (VMs) in case your primary location is affected by cyber-attacks, intrusions, and power outages, thus keeping your apps and operations safe and running.
Key Advantages of Azure Site Recovery
Recent studies show that ransomware attacks have increased worldwide by 273% in 2020. In a ransomware attack, hackers breach into the system and make the files and data inaccessible to the user. With remote work becoming a norm, you must ensure your organizational data is secure as employees’ personal devices are vulnerable to intrusions.
Since Azure Site Recovery is a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution, it is fully cloud-based and you only pay for what you use service on a subscription basis. This saves you from having to setup costly disaster recovery infrastructure, data center, facility rental, or physical hardware.
A disaster recovery plan should help you quickly recover. The longer it takes to recover the more downtime and cost to the business. ASR offers a minimal RPO (Recovery Point Objectives) time of 15 minutes, which helps you avoid severe data loss for a prolonged time.
Azure Site Recovery continually monitors the health and status of your protected instances and can identify any issues via email notifications to allow constant and automated protection.
Microsoft backs its Microsoft’s Azure services including the Azure Site Recovery with a 99.9% guarantee, ensuring a permanent uptime of services.
We have a team of certified experts waiting to help you take the first step towards securing your business and your data.