Disaster Recovery & Intelligent Business Continuity
In the even of hardware failure, file loss, theft, or even a natural disaster, it’s imperative that your business is able to resume without delay in order to sustain productivity, revenue, customer satisfaction and success.
Thinking about data backup is a good first step. In case of a failure, you have to get that data back and restore it quickly enough so your business doesn’t suffer. This process could take hours or even days and in the meantime, your employees are prevented from doing their jobs.
On the other hand, if you have planned for business continuity, you have though in terms of Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO).
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) – represents the time it will take to retrieve data after a disaster.
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) – represents how frequently the backups should be taken, or how much data one is willing to lose.
Simply put, being able to restore and recover important business data after a disaster is no longer enough. Technological innovations have set a new solution standard: Intelligent Business Continuity, going beyond data protection; delivering automated assurance, continuous protection, secured storage and instant recovery insuring little to no downtime or interruption to your business. Taking a hybrid approach, Hybrid Cloud backup, the solution uses local devices combined with offsite storage to offer a level of redundancy that gives you a peace of mind and gets you up and running virtually, in just minutes. It provides the best of all worlds: you can recover data swiftly from a local device for the most common causes of data loss, but you have all your data safely stored in the clod for more extreme events in which the local device is destroyed or unavailable. And there’s a solution for every size business from small office to large enterprise.
Instant virtualisation, screenshot backup verification and file level recovery make it easy to recover everything from a single file to entire document folders, mailboxes or servers. Incremental backups occur on the local device as frequently as every five minutes and are continuously sent to the cloud to ensure your backup remains up to date.