Data Loss Case Study - Backup and Disaster Revovery

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Data Loss Case Study - Backup and Disaster Revovery

  1. 1. THE IMPACT OF NETWORK AND OR SERVERDOWNTIMEPosted on 08 March 2012.A failure of a critical Microsoft Windows application can lead to two types of losses:• Loss of the application service – the impact of downtime varies with theapplication and the business. For example, for some businesses, email canbe an absolutely business-critical service that costs thousands of dollars aminute when unavailable.• Loss of data – the potential loss of data due to an outage can havesignificant legal and financial impact, again depending on the specific type ofapplication.In determining the impact of downtime, you must understand the cost to yourbusiness in downtime per minute or hour. In some cases, you can determine aquantifiable cost (orders not taken). Other, less direct costs may include loss ofreputation and customer churn.The loss of production data can also be very costly, for a variety of reasons. In themanufacturing environment, the loss of data could affect compliance with regulations,leading to wasted product, fines, and potentially hazardous situations. For example, ifa pharmaceutical company that is manufacturing drugs does not show all of therecords of its collected data from the manufacturing process, the FDA could force thecompany to throw away its entire batch of drugs. Because it is critical to know thevalue for every variable when manufacturing drugs, the company could face fines fornot complying with FDA regulations.
  2. 2. Publicly-traded companies may need to ensure the integrity of financial data, whilefinancial institutions must adhere to SEC regulations for maintaining and protectingdata. For monitoring and control software, data loss and downtime interrupts yourability to react to events, alarms, or changes that require immediate corrective action.The bottom line is downtime is very expensive and preventing downtime is the most importantfactor in any business operation.Mike Rafferty Senior Account Manager Microtech-Tel 720-244-3884mrafferty@microtech-tel.com "Your Path to the Cloud"—A secure way for companies to connect people & data,improve storage capabilities, and control costs.
  3. 3. Back up & Recovery Solution Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle style7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 1
  4. 4. Data is Everywhere!! The hard truths of business:• Click to edit Master title style Every company in business creates Data• Every company in business moves Data• Every company in business stores Data • NOT everyto edit Master Data Click company protects subtitle style • NOT every company backs up Data • NOT every company has a plan to restore their Data7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 2
  5. 5. Hardware or Computer SoftwareLeading Causes of Data Loss System Natural Viruses Corruption Malfunction Disasters 7% 13% 44% 3% Click to edit Master title style Hardware or System Malfunction Including: - Electrical Failure -Controller Failure Human Error Including: - Accidental Deletion Click to edit Master subtitle style - Trauma to the Server (drop or fall) Human Error 33% Software Corruption Including - Failed Backups 7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 3
  6. 6. Simple drive recovery can cost upwards of $7,500 and success is not guaranteed !! Click to edit Master title style Every week 140,000 hard drives crash in the United States. (Mozy) In late 2011 a class action lawsuit for $4.9 billion was filed against the U.S. DefenseDepartment for “… the theft of a computer tape containing personal and sensitive health information from the car of an employee…” – NextGov. Click to edit Master subtitle style“93% of businesses who lose their data for a 10 day period due to a disaster will file for bankruptcy within one year”- (National Archives & Records Association). 7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 4
  7. 7. Competitors: And there are many more! Click to edit Master title style The Traditional Backup Click to editDisaster Recovery Competitors Other Master subtitle style 7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 5
  8. 8. Traditional Back-up Customer Scenario: Click to edit Master title style – Must Request Raw Data from Makes Disaster Recovery: Provider (IT Dept./ Carbonite/PC Backup, Etc.) 1. Time consuming, – Must Reload System OS 2. Costly – Must Rebuild File Structure – Must Reload Specialty any Master subtitle style Click to edit 3. Ineffective!! Applications – Must Migrate & Rebuild Onsite Exchange Data (Emails) – Repurchase Software License – Repurchase Hardware (Server)7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 6
  9. 9. MTT Recovery Solution Simplifies & Automates Recovery Click to edit Master title style • Returns all DATA Files (.Wrd, Xls. PDF, JPEG, etc) • Restores All System OS, Software Keys and Specialty Applications Hardware U • Recovers Exchange (Email) and Click to edit Master subtitle style SQL •Data (File Structure & Customer Data)Makes recovery: Rapid, Virtual Server Launch –within 1 hour you can login from anyReliable, Manageable, & remote PC and run yourAffordable7/19/2012 business!! Course 2: Virtual Servers 7
  10. 10. When Stacked Against the Competition…. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle style7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 8
  11. 11. MTT’s BDR Solution An On-Site Appliance will Click to edit Master title style be taking images of the server every 60 minutes. Their data is stored on their server Click to edit Master subtitle styleYour Customer’s The solution synchronizes their data Local Area via SSL Encryption Network every evening and sends the information to our datacenter 7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 9
  12. 12. Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master subtitle style7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 10
  13. 13. Backup and Disaster Recovery Offer Your Customers Click to edit Master title style Peace of Mind A Recovery Plan Click to edit Master subtitle style Operational Cost7/19/2012 Course 2: Virtual Servers 11

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