Recovery Services

Prepare For The Unexpected

What is a Disaster Recovery Plan?

Disaster recovery (DR) is an organisation’s ability to restore access and functionality to IT infrastructure after a disaster event, whether natural or caused by human action (or error).

  • DR is a subset of business continuity, explicitly focusing on ensuring that the IT systems that support critical business functions are operational as soon as possible after a disruptive event occurs.
  • Disaster recovery planning is crucial for any business, especially those operating either partially or entirely in the cloud.
  • Disasters that interrupt service and cause data loss can happen anytime without warning—your network could have an outage, a critical bug could get released, or your business might have to weather a natural disaster.
  • Organizations with robust and well-tested disaster recovery strategies can minimize the impact of disruptions, achieve faster recovery times, and resume core operations rapidly when things go awry.

Learn more about Kanopi Cloud backup and disaster recovery features and products and how they can be used to build the right DR solution for your business.

Why it is important?

  • Enabling companies to be more agile, available, and connected
  • To drive growth, innovation, and exceptional customer experience
  • Enabling remote workforces 
  • Breakdown or unplanned downtime can have serious consequences for enterprises
  • Data privacy laws required to organisation to implement business continuity strategy
  • To avoid compliances violations

Every business needs to be able to recover quickly from any event that stops day-to-day operations, no matter what industry or size. Without a disaster recovery plan, a company can suffer data loss, reduced productivity, out-of-budget expenses, and reputational damage that can lead to lost customers and revenue.

Cost Of Outage

How Much Can You Potentially Lose From Unexpected Network Downtime?
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(1) Downtime Cost Per Year: $1.55 million USD per year

(2) Downtime Cost Per Hour: Average downtime costs vary considerably across industries, from approximately $90,000 USD per hour in the media sector to about $6.48 million per hour for large online brokerages. 

(3) Downtime Cost Per Minute: The average cost of data center downtime across industries was approximately $5,600 USD per minute. 

Why Kanopi's Disaster Recovery Services ?

Avoid Distruptions And Minimise Downtime To Ensure Business Continuity

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Our Backup As A Service solution can cost to as low as RM200 per month. Likewise with Disaster Recovery setup, you don’t have to spend hundreds of thousands anymore. With the emergence of Cloud, all these becomes really affordable.



Yes, our solution is able to turn on your servers within minutes on the Cloud.

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What is more comforting is to know that our AGENTS will look after your data while you are focusing on your business. These agents are trained specialists and you have a pool of specialists backing you up. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back covered.



With our easy to use on-site or off-site backup in place, we can roll-back your data to as long as 12 months ago.

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Our DR and Backup solutions are automated and will save you the time and give you the convenience to keep your data safe without much work at your end. No more driving back your external hard disks. Isn’t that a relief?

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In the past, you needed to purchase a new set of servers and hardware in order to have your Disaster Recovery Plan set up. Now, with our Hardware as a Service model, you are subscribing to our services and hardware is part of the deal. We will manage all these for you. Better still, it is an OPEX model, your finance department will love you for that.


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At a minimum, you should have an off-site backup of your data. Here, we backup all your raw data. Should anything happen, you know that we’ve got your back covered.

*Recommended for environment with 1 – 5 servers or if you do not have a backup plan at all.

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Want a faster recovery time? This plan is popular among our customers. We don’t just backup your raw data, we also take snap shots of your OS and Applications. 

*Recommended for environment with more than 5 servers or if you cannot afford to have a down-time of 24 hours or more.

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High Availability is your total “Peace of Mind” solution. Your system will recover within minutes. Yes, minutes and at your fingertips wherever you are.

*Recommended for mission critical businesses that cannot afford to have down-time of more than an hour.

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Dramatically reduce recovery time at a fraction of the cost of conventional disaster recovery options. Provision of excessive resources are not required for DR on the cloud.

*Recommended for businesses who are looking to recover their data quickly at a budget.

How disaster recovery works?

Disaster recovery relies on having a solid plan to get critical applications and infrastructure up and running after an outage—ideally within minutes.

An effective DR plan addresses three different elements for recovery: 

  • Preventive: Ensuring your systems are as secure and reliable as possible, using tools and techniques to prevent a disaster from occurring in the first place. This may include backing up critical data or continuously monitoring environments for configuration errors and compliance violations. 
  • Detective: For rapid recovery, you’ll need to know when a response is necessary. These measures focus on detecting or discovering unwanted events as they happen in real time. 
  • Corrective: These measures are aimed at planning for potential DR scenarios, ensuring backup operations to reduce impact, and putting recovery procedures into action to restore data and systems quickly when the time comes. 


Typically, disaster recovery involves securely replicating and backing up critical data and workloads to a secondary location or multiple locations—disaster recovery sites. A disaster recovery site can be used to recover data from the most recent backup or a previous point in time. Organizations can also switch to using a DR site if the primary location and its systems fail due to an unforeseen event until the primary one is restored.

*What is a disaster recovery site? 

It’s a second, physical data center that’s costly to build and maintain—and with the cloud, made unnecessary.

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