Disaster Recovery

Data Loss and Its Impact: The Numbers Don’t Lie

Statistics show that 43% of companies who experience a major loss of data will never reopen and 51% will close within two years. What’s more, the long-term survival rate after such a loss is only 6%. Such statistics underscore the importance of having a disaster recovery plan in place for your organization.

A strong disaster recovery plan enables all technology infrastructure vital to your business to continue functioning even when faced with catastrophic events such as:

  • natural disasters
  • network intrusions and hacking
  • viruses and malware

However there’s no “one size fits all” business continuity approach that you can apply to your business. Your disaster recovery plan needs to be comprehensive enough to take into account your unique business operation and the various elements critical to keeping your organization successfully running.

Disaster recovery solutions tailored to your Louisville business

TDV Cloud offers a solution that provides your business with comprehensive disaster recovery capabilities. Over the course of 30 years, we’ve earned a reputation as the most trusted data protection and disaster recovery authority in Louisville. Our TDV Cloud solution, offers robust, low-touch, secure and reliable backup and recovery capacity tailored specifically to your business.

Disasters are unpredictable by their very nature. Yet the more you can prepare your company for a wide range of data loss incidents the better. The power of TDV Cloud can be applied to a wide range of recovery scenarios, enabling your business to operate as normally as possible, whether it’s a local machine failure or a complete site loss. We provide you with the ability to minimize costly business disruption time by allowing for swift recovery of lost files, documents and critical data. With TDV Cloud, your business has the ability to:

  • Recover immediately from local machine failures – Simply turn on a backup copy of the virtual machine in a local environment, enabling business operations to continue with little or no downtime.
  • Convert critical physical machines into virtual copies – Recover faster from disaster-related outages by maintaining multiple generations, allowing for a switch back to an earlier point-in-time copy in a matter of minutes.
  • Fail over to a warm spare in a remote data center – In the event of a catastrophic site failure, normal business operations can continue even as your information technology team recovers the primary site.