Continue doing business in the face of a disaster
Organizations that demand continuous uptime, also known as “high availability,” can utilize our Business Continuity managed service to continue doing business in the face of a disaster.
The definition of a disaster can vary widely from a single server failure to complete destruction of the physical work site due to fire, flood, theft or other misfortune. Using best-of-breed software, we can design a customized solution that allows your business to continue some or all of its technology-centric operations while you remedy problems and return to normal.
At the core of our approach is innovative software that performs real-time file replication (mirroring) between your site and our data center over a secure, “always-on” connection.
Here are a few practical examples of this technology at work:
Isolated server failure or data loss
Your e-mail server fails, rendering it completely inoperable. Restoration from tape backup can take many hours. Our software solution senses the failure and continues to receive e-mail while the problem is being resolved. Similarly when server failure occurs which affect access to company data. Our systems detect the disruption of your network and redirects users to our data center, which is hosting your replicated data. Your business continues relatively uninterrupted with all of your files and databases safely tucked away.
Physical damage or complete destruction of your site
A natural or unnatural disaster strikes, your ability to conduct business is disrupted or worst. You don’t have access to the data and applications that allow you to continue operating. Since your data was replicated and housed in our data center, employees can use remote access software and work from home or a temporary location, while you rebuild your business. Remote workers will have access to all of the tools they need to minimize the impact that an occurrence of this type can have on your business