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HDUK Online Backup Infographic

  1. 1. Telephone: 020 3239 6181 Email: contact@hosteddesktopuk.co.uk www.hosteddesktopuk.co.uk Unit 24 Basepoint Business Centre, Yeoford Way, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, EXETER. EX2 8LB 34% never test their back-ups and of those that do 77% are found to not work Annual costs to keep daily backups for SME 20 minutes per day x 260 working days = 10 working days p/a 10 working days @ £200 per day = £2000 (partner/IT manager earning approx. £50k) Cost of hardware, backup tapes, maintenance etc. = £400 (Approx) Rough cost to do daily backups in-house = £2400p/a (Approx) Source:LondonChamberofCommerce 50of all organisations have a business continuity plan 80of companies have not developed any crisis management to provide IT coverage sufficient to keep the business functioning effectively 43of companies that do have a business continuity plan do not test it annually 40of companies that do have crisis management plans do not have a team dedicated to disaster recovery 90of businesses that lose data from a disaster are forced to shut down within 2 years of the disaster 50of businesses experiencing a computer outage will be forced to shut within 5 years 40 25 35 10 93 of small and medium-sized businesses don’t back up their data. of businesses have lost data due to flawed IT security of computer owners have never backed up their computer of people back up their data daily of people still use local storage Common Reasons for Data Loss Hardware Failure Human Error Software Corruption Theft Computer Viruses Destruction (floods, fires) Cloud storage services are used by over 400 million users worldwide. In 2011, 7% of consumer content was stored in the cloud, this is expected to grow to 36% by 2016.

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