BUSINESS CONTINUITY
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A complete business continuity plan is much more than just preparing against data loss. KPI will walk you through a complete disaster plan process so you can have confidence moving forward.

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As businesses begin storing more and more information online, it’s important for each and every company to best secure their data with reliable features such as antivirus protection and backup recovery. Without it, companies run the risk of data breaches, lost severs, and more, which can severely impact daily operations and overall company growth. When situations like these do occur, however, it’s equally as important to have a surefire business continuity plan in place.

How Confident Are You in Your Business Continuity Plan? If you’re not asking yourself the right questions, it can be challenging to determine the current status and dependability of your plan.

Are you asking these questions?

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Our IT guys can recover a corrupted file, can’t they?
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Does our antivirus protect the data on our desktops and servers?
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Don’t spam filters take care of securing our email system?
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My employees all know not to click on phishing emails, don’t they?
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Should I know whether my servers are being backed up regularly?
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Do I really need to have a recovery plan in place?

Whether you are unsure of your answer to any of the above questions or know for a fact that a handful of them is no, it’s time to contact KPInterface for trustworthy solutions in corrupt file recovery, server backups, and more. With a proper plan in place, your business is in better shape to handle online disruptions in a timely manner.

Recovery Time & Downtime Cost Calculator

The cost of a technology outage can cripple a business. Use our Recovery Time & Downtime Cost Calculator to focus on a handful of simple metrics that might come into play during a downtime event, and start a general analysis of what an outage could mean to your business. The results of this calculator are meant to help estimate loss, and does not calculate actual loss.

INPUT YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS IN THE FIELDS BELOW FOR THE MOST ACCURATE INFORMATION. HOVER OVER THE QUESTION MARKS FOR MORE INFORMATION

Recovery & Data Storage

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In order to give your clients you a correct calculation we need to get an idea of how much data you have in your clients'your systems across theiryour organization.
How much data do your clientsyou have on critical business systems?

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What is the timeframe between each of your clients' your backups? E.g. every hour, once a day, once a week.
How often do you back up this data?

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From when disaster strikes, how long does it for your end user to notify you, for you to assess the situation, access your backups, and start the recovery process? Think of this a your reponse time.
On average how long does it take your client to notify you of an issue and for you to start trouble shooting the downtime incident? On average how long does it take you to notify your IT Service Provider that there is an issue and for them to start trouble shooting the downtime incident?

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Storing your data locally is designed for fast data transfers, however you are at risk if there is a disaster in the office such as fire, floods or theft. Cloud data is stored off-site, such as in a Datto data center, which brings an extra level of availability albeit at a slower speed for full bare metal restores.
Where is your clients backups currently stored?Where do you currently store your backups?

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Speed of cloud recovery comes down to the amount of data you are trying to recover and your download speed. Devices with slower connections will take longer to recover.
What is the download speed from theiryour cloud backup location?
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Downtime & Recovery Costs

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Nearly every employee will be impacted by an IT outage and will not be able to perform their job obligations to a certain degree. We recommend including the entire staff in this field.
How many employees do theyyou have?

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Even if the business stops due to an outage and employees are not able to perform some, or all, of their duties, employee wages typically are still paid. We are assuming yours will need to be paid, and this must be included in your cost of downtime calculations.
What is their average annual salary per employee?

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All staff come with overhead costs like, gas, electric, rent, etc. Normally, this is about 50% of the average salary.
What is their average annual overhead cost of an employee?

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For most businesses, an outage will halt the ability to product and accrue revenue. We are assuming that your revenue will case during an outage, and so annual revenue helps to calculate the average cost of lost revenue during downtime.
What is your clients' businesses annual revenue?

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Results

Current Solution

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This is the time it takes for your data to actually be downloaded back to your original device based on your backup location. Local backups will be quicker, but because a local disaster could take out local backups, but it’s always vital to ensure that you have a cloud backup as well.

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If you experience a ransomware attack, you may be able to recover quickly. If you're faced with a fire or flood, you could be offsite for days and face higher costs than what you see here. The results below are estimates for a local backup with a data transfer speed of around 500MB/s

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Warning: Having local only backups could leave you vulnerable to hardware failures, office fires, floods or even theft. It's vital to have an offsite backup to really protect your clients'your business.
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Datto SIRIS Solution

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Datto's SIRIS BCDR solutions allow you to backup as frequently as every 5 minutes. They also allow for regular testing and validation of your backups, reducing your risk even further.

Time between backups

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In case of a disaster, Datto can enable you to virtualize your backups, hosted in our cloud. On average, it only takes about {{bcdrrecovery}} minutes to access the Datto portal, find your backup copy, and to virtualize it.

Average Recovery Processing Time

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Downtime will always cost your business money. However, you can reduce it with a Datto business continuity/disaster recovery solution. Compared to your current solution, you could reduce your possible downtime losses by around {{ localcostsaving }} {{ cloudcostsaving }}

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Estimated Recovery Time & Loss:
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*all losses are merely an estimation of losses associated with technology, and does not reflect a calculation of actual losses to your business.

How long can your clients'your business survive?

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With your clients'your current backup & recovery solution you could be looking at a estimated potential loss of around {{ localdowntimecost }}{{ clouddowntimecost }}Hourly Cost ({{displayhourlyRevenueCost}}) * Estimated Downtime ({{ displaylocalDowntime }}{{ displaycloudDowntime }}) due to {{ displaylocalDowntime }}{{ displaycloudDowntime }} of downtime. This is assuming that your clients'your recovery process works exactly as planned, and could be worse if you experience any further glitches. For this reason, it's critical to regularly test your clients'your recovery capabilities. If the recovery process fails, your clientsyou could be looking at additional losses of {{perbackupdowntime}} Estimated Downtime Cost per hour ({{displayhourlyRevenueCost}}) * Time between Backups ({{backuphrs}}hrs {{backupmins}}mins) per recovery attempt.

With the information that you've provided, and using certain assumptions made based on how businesses today typically function, we have estimated your clients'your downtime losses to be {{displayhourlyRevenueCost}} per hour.

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With the information that you've provided, we have identified that your clients'your estimated downtime losses per hour would be {{displayhourlyRevenueCost}}. However, as a result of not taking data backups the impact could be much worse!

Are your backups at risk?

Local backups should be a key part of your data protection strategy for your clients. They allow you to recover data and restore operations quickly in the event of a primary server outage, data deletion, or a ransomware attack. However, local backup alone isn't enough. What happens if the local backup device is destroyed or inaccessible due to a fire, flood, or other disaster? That's why you need a secondary, offsite copy of backups.

Are your backups at risk?

Cloud backup delivers that secondary, geographically isolated copy. You might ask? Why do I need local backups at all? Well, restores from the cloud are slow. That’s why the combination of onsite backups with cloud replication has become so popular among SMBs and MSPs alike. You really need both—local for fast restores and cloud for disaster recovery.

How can you reduce the risk?

In contrast,The first step is to talk to your IT service provider or MSP about Datto. Datto's SIRIS business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solutions could reduce your clientsyour downtime to {{displayBCDRDowntime}} and thieryour overall downtime cost would fall to {{ bcdrdowntimecost }}. In the rare case that the first recovery attempt doesn't work, your costs would only increase by {{perdattobackupdowntime}}, as opposed to {{perbackupdowntime}}{{perbackupdowntime}}your businesses closing all together.

With Datto, even if you are experiencing an outage at your workplace, work doesn't have to stop. Datto Continuity can get you back to business in a little as {{bcdrrecovery}} minutes on virtual servers, which can be accessed anywhere you have working internet. Features like Ransomware Detection and Advanced Backup Verification let you rest easy knowing your backups will work in your time of need.

Do you have a plan to keep your business up and running if disaster strikes?

How long will your business be put on hold without access to critical files and systems before you can continue operations? For many, time is money, calling for the need of a reliable plan to execute quickly and efficiently if needed. When partnering with KPI for your Backup Recovery solution, your data is backed up securely and stored off-site. We also provide a device to restore your data in the case of a disaster and continuously run disaster recovery tests so we’re ready if it strikes.

Our team at KPInterface excels in being there for you when you are in search of an affordable and reliable solution to keeping your data secure in an online environment. Our employees bring a wealth of experience and knowledge in the development and execution of business continuity plans and disaster recovery solutions, allowing you to spend more time focusing on what you do best and less time worrying about the security of your data.

KPInterface takes pride in offering businesses an abundance of superior IT services beyond antivirus protection, including: 

Are you looking to improve your business continuity plan? If you are located in Eastern Pennsylvania, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Lebanon County, or Lancaster County, KPInterface can assist you in providing dependable server backups, corrupt file recovery, and other integral IT services to help your business thrive on an online sphere. For more information, please contact us today or call (484) 680-7766 to speak with our representatives. 

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