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Avoiding the Apocalypse: High Availability and Disaster Recovery for IBM

Downtime is costly and threats are everywhere

According to a recent study, downtime in information and communication technology (ICT) costs midsize companies an average of $1 million per year and large enterprises more than $60 million per year. In 2015, ICT downtime cost North American companies $700 billion in lost productivity, lost revenue, and repairs.

This eBook will look at some of the barriers to creating IBM high-availability (HA) and DR. And, more importantly, how you can conquer them.

Zombies Are the Least of Your Worries

Percentages of Companies That Have Experienced Common Causes of Downtime

  • Power Outage: 75%

    Power Outage: 75%

  • Unexpected Updated and Patches: 24%

    Unexpected Updated and Patches: 24%

  • Hardware Error: 53%

    Hardware Error: 53%

  • Natural Disaster: 20%

    Natural Disaster: 20%

  • Human Error: 35%

    Human Error: 35%

  • Expected Updates and Patches: 20%

    Expected Updates and Patches: 20%

  • Virus or Malware Attack: 34%

    Virus or Malware Attack: 34%

  • On-Site Disaster: 11%

    On-Site Disaster: 11%

  • Data Corruption: 26%

    Data Corruption: 26%

Contact us today and see how we can protect you.

The IBM i business continuity experts at InfoSystems have spent years preparing our clients for the apocalypse.

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