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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Our advanced disaster recovery solutions includes on-premise backup of the last 7 days, with full local disaster recovery in the case of specific systems failure.

We also replicate and keep an unlimited number of backup generations in our dedicated recovery environment, this enables off site disaster recovery where a total site failure has occurred.

Where required, we can archive data to Azure or AWS cloud. All of this is visible to you through a single, dedicated dashboard view.

Instant Recovery

Near zero recovery times

Easy to manage

Tailor the software to your backup and replication needs

Cost effective

Saves on your network costs
by eliminating duplicate files

A fully operational offsite business facility, as per your last known good backup. Quarterly simulations of disaster recovery (DR) events to emulate and check validity of your IT environment. A quarterly detailed audit report. Full failover to our dedicated DR environment.

The RTO is the time taken to get your operations functioning. This is determined by the storage medium you select at sign up, the amount of data you’re backing up for restore and the type of applications/OS system you’re backing up.

The RPO is the point-in-time you’d like to restore from. This is determined by the frequency of the backed up data sent to us.

When you register with us, we’ll ask you to create your own data encryption key. Without your encryption key, the data cannot be decrypted once it’s been backed up. The backup encryption technology is Military Grade, AES 256 encryption.

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Managing risk with DR

IT risk is any threat to your business data, systems and processes. A threat usually falls into one of four categories: security, availability, performance and compliance.

Threat examples

A security threat may be the unauthorized use or access to your business data, resulting in a data breach and damaged reputation.

An availability threat would mean that you couldn’t access your business data or systems, resulting in reduced productivity and possible loss of customers.

A performance threat would mean you couldn’t carry out business operations and your productivity would suffer, leading in turn to a damaged brand reputation.

A compliance threat would mean that you weren’t abiding by data protection regulations, resulting in possible penalties and fines.