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In 2023, 75% of organizations experienced IT service outages, recognize the need to increase investment in cyber disaster recovery and want to automate disaster recovery inthe next 12 months. About thisreport" The survey“The IT disaster and cyber recovery trendsand insights” is a report written by Cutover,supported by Insight Avenue. The report’s findings are rooted in a survey of IT decisionmakers and influencers at major corporations,conducted in July 2023.

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ExecutiveSummaryMost enterprises have experienced some degree ofIT-related business disruption in the last 12 months.While most organizations are taking advantage of thebenefits of cloud hosting, this doesn’t necessarilycorrelate to less disruption. In fact, our research showsthat enterprises face an increase in service disruptionrelated to cloud architecture as well as cyber attacks.Cutover, supported by Insight Avenue, conducteda survey of IT executives, decision makers andinfluencers located in the U.S. and U.K.

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The pressure is on for enterprises tokeep pace with the rapidly changingeconomy and landscape. In the first halfof 2023, global growth slowed whileinflation and interest rates skyrocketand geopolitical instability increased.At a more micro level, IT teams are atthe tipping point of disruption - theyare strained, with limited resources,and are dealing with mixed skillsets andincreasing backlogs.1 This holds trueacross most IT specialties including ITDR and cyber recovery.The shift to public cloud infrastructurehas compounded complexity,particularly for IT and cyber disasterrecovery. However, this shift hasnot decreased IT-related businessdisruption. In reality, organizations areexperiencing outages and struggling tofully recover more now than ever, andhuman error plays a major role. UptimeInstitute reports that more than 70%of data center outages are caused byhuman error.In a survey of U.S. and U.K. technologyexecutives, 75% of respondents saidthey have experienced some degreeof IT-related business disruption inthe last 12 months. The increase inIT service disruptions and outages iscorrelated to cloud architecture andcyber attacks and to a lesser degreeon-premises architecture. Most ITexecutives expressed concern aboutrecovering from different technologyscenarios including cyber attacks,software failure, network outages andmore.75% of ITexecutives say theyhave experiencedsome degree of ITrelated businessdisruption in the last12 monthsFurthermore, technology outagesare considered to take longer to fullyrecover from now than 1-2 years ago,particularly cyber attacks (87%), cloudarchitecture outages (81%), and onpremises architecture (75%). Morerespondents in the financial servicessector (96%) say outages take longerto fully recover from than they did 1-2years ago, compared to other industrysectors (85%).Technology outages are considered totake longer to fully recov

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ExecutiveSummaryMost enterprises have experienced some degree ofIT-related business disruption in the last 12 months.While most organizations are taking advantage of thebenefits of cloud hosting, this doesn’t necessarilycorrelate to less disruption. In fact, our research showsthat enterprises face an increase in service disruptionrelated to cloud architecture as well as cyber attacks.Cutover, supported by Insight Avenue, conducteda survey of IT executives, decision makers andinfluencers located in the U.S. and U.K.

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The pressure is on for enterprises tokeep pace with the rapidly changingeconomy and landscape. In the first halfof 2023, global growth slowed whileinflation and interest rates skyrocketand geopolitical instability increased.At a more micro level, IT teams are atthe tipping point of disruption - theyare strained, with limited resources,and are dealing with mixed skillsets andincreasing backlogs.1 This holds trueacross most IT specialties including ITDR and cyber recovery.The shift to public cloud infrastructurehas compounded complexity,particularly for IT and cyber disasterrecovery. However, this shift hasnot decreased IT-related businessdisruption. In reality, organizations areexperiencing outages and struggling tofully recover more now than ever, andhuman error plays a major role. UptimeInstitute reports that more than 70%of data center outages are caused byhuman error.In a survey of U.S. and U.K. technologyexecutives, 75% of respondents saidthey have experienced some degreeof IT-related business disruption inthe last 12 months. The increase inIT service disruptions and outages iscorrelated to cloud architecture andcyber attacks and to a lesser degreeon-premises architecture. Most ITexecutives expressed concern aboutrecovering from different technologyscenarios including cyber attacks,software failure, network outages andmore.75% of ITexecutives say theyhave experiencedsome degree of ITrelated businessdisruption in the last12 monthsFurthermore, technology outagesare considered to take longer to fullyrecover from now than 1-2 years ago,particularly cyber attacks (87%), cloudarchitecture outages (81%), and onpremises architecture (75%). Morerespondents in the financial servicessector (96%) say outages take longerto fully recover from than they did 1-2years ago, compared to other industrysectors (85%).Technology outages are considered totake longer to fully recov

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