Downtime Calculator

Evaluating Downtime—What will it Cost Your Business?

What will the failure of one or more critical applications really cost your business? There are a number of crucial questions to consider when building a disaster recovery plan that will work for your organization, starting with the likely cost of downtime and data loss.

Use this downtime calculator to determine the total and hourly cost of downtime to your organization by entering financial information for each field.





Consider the hard and soft costs of downtime from all types of calamities, including, but not limited to:

IT Failure

  • Servers and monitoring
  • Databases
  • Applications
  • Infrastructure and networks

Environmental Disaster

  • Fire
  • Flood
  • Earthquake
  • Hurricane and tornadoes

Utilities

  • HVAC failures
  • Power outages
  • Telecommunication failures

Human Error

  • Data corruption
  • File deletion
  • Database record loss

Cybercrime

  • In-house sabotage; efforts to steal, corrupt or destroy data
  • Denial of service (DoS)
  • Malware, organized criminal activity

Physical Security Breach

  • Theft
  • Destruction
  • Vandalism
  • Terrorist attacks


Planning for recovery will pay for itself when catastrophe strikes and the time to plan is now.

Contact a Peak 10 Solutions Engineer today to create the right disaster recovery plan and DR solution for your workloads and applications.

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