According to FEMA, 25% of businesses don't reopen after a disaster. In general, if it takes a company more than 30 days to recover, it is much more likely to fail within the next two years.
With the growing frequency of natural disaster and cyberdisaster events, disaster recovery (DR) testing has never been more important. Without comprehensive and frequent DR testing, even the best-laid plans can go awry. Unprepared organizations are much more likely to experience a failure than those that take the time to test, identify problems, and retest until problems have been ironed out.