Disaster Recovery as a Services (DRaaS)
Our disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offers everything from file and folder recovery full system recovery to instant failover of an entire site and network.
Backup data is stored both locally and in the cloud to ensure fast recovery and business continuity.
Data is encrypted and stored in the UK in a highly distributed and fault-tolerant disaster recovery cloud with 99.999+ % uptime.
- Protects all data and applications
- Both local and cloud storage
- Multiple daily recovery points
- Continuous monitoring
- Completely automated
- Instant recover with cloud premium
- Defend against ransomware
- Backup data is securely encrypted
- Disaster survival
- Service level agreement
Security and Availability
Know that data is safe and always available inside a distributed, scalable and fault-tolerant cloud built specifically for disaster recovery.
Customisation to Fit Needs and Budget
Customise you cloud storage to fit your requirements, whether your IT environment is small and straightforward or large and complex. You can choose the level of protection based on your needs and budget.
Control and Flexibility
We centrally manage and monitor all of your backup services, we will recover data on request and completely manage fail over during a disaster without third-party intervention.
Advanced Network-Recovery Options
Hit the ground running after a disaster with advanced networking features (available with Cloud Premium) that enable you to run your network in the cloud just as you would run it onsite.
Secure offsite storage of your critical business backups with full-system restore via a BMR drive (a BMR drive contains your stored backup images and enables us to restore your system to replacement hardware onsite).
Everything in Cloud Basic plus immediate file and folder recovery (download from the cloud).
Everything in Cloud Plus as well as instant recovery of your systems and data in the cloud (multi-server and network failover is possible, meaning it temporarily takes the place of your offices during a disaster).
Disaster Recovery as a Service Example