Disaster Recovery as a Service with a Turn-key Solution

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud based data backup service model that hosts and replicates the business’ data and applications in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. A DRaaS plan allows for business continuity in the event of a system failure.

Business continuity during ransomware outbreaks

“Business continuity” is the ability for the business to continue operations even while a disaster is ongoing. Many businesses have plans in place for natural disasters, power outages or other disruptions. Fewer have “e-crisis” response plans for cyber threats such as ransomware. When ransomware strikes, it can be very disruptive to your business. Getting users back to working quickly depends on having easy access to the latest versions of uninfected files and being able to restore them quickly.

Our disaster recovery provides offers both: in the event of ransomware infection, just select the folder you want to restore, select the target point in time—down to the minute—and press the button. Your folders are instantly rolled back to their state at that point in time. A user can then access those files instantly through the web or mobile devices, even as they’re re-syncing to the user’s computer.

Flexible and fast data recovery

A single, centralized dashboard provides you multiple recovery options to easily restore data from servers, devices, workstations and applications.

Efficiency, with no hardware hassles

Improve productivity by eliminating the need to purchase, provision, or maintain legacy backup tools.

Fully-managed business continuity solution

Lower DR Infrastructure Costs

Offload disaster recovery management and maintenance responsibilities, allowing your IT team to maintain a continued focus on core business functions. Alleviate the need to invest in designated resources to drive aggregation, maintenance, and documentation of infrastructure recovery for your IT environment.

Redundant Backup

Our disaster recovery system utilizes multiple locations to redundantly backup your data. By storing the data away from your primary location, it helps ensure the redundancy that you are looking for in a comprehensive backup system.

Speedy Recovery

If ever anything were to happen to your original data, a simple download or VPN connection would be all it takes to get your business back up and running again.

With this kind of business continuity plan in place, the benefits are clear:

  • For users: Ransomware becomes a mild disruption instead of a major disaster
  • For IT: User productivity is restored immediately, so you can carefully focus on containing the outbreak and preventing future infections
  • For The Business: Avoid lost sales, angry customers and bad PR • Plus, no need to pay ransom

So if you’re looking to become a partner, and want to have a chat before signing up, fill out the form and we’ll get back to you.