Prepare for the worst.

Data loss caused by natural disaster, malware and equipment malfunction can cause serious harm to your business. Traditional disaster recovery solutions help safeguard your IT, but these physical systems can be slow and costly.

Preserve your data from catastrophic loss and restore it fast. We’ll help you implement Microsoft Azure to back up your information in safe and secure storage, ensuring around-the-clock access to your latest backups.

Adopting the cloud for your disaster recovery allows you to:

  • Minimize the time to restore your system after an event.
  • Reduce disaster recovery hardware procurement costs.
  • Support disaster recovery through a virtual environment.
  • Operate an on-premises or off-site solution.

Diversify your disaster recovery plan.

Our trained professionals can help you adopt a solution that gives your business the data availability, durability and recovery speed it needs. 

Azure Backup

Replicate your data from Windows, Windows Server® and System Center Data Protection Manager R2 solutions up to three times in separate global data centers.

Azure Site Recovery

Maintain both physical and virtual desktop infrastructures that work with on-premise Hyper-V systems Center Virtual Machine Manager and SQL Server® installations.

Azure Virtual Machines

Create a replica of on-premises databases, or host third-party custom backup solutions with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups.

Azure Storage

Back up SQL Server databases or custom backup solutions and choose from a range of redundancy options that align to your backup requirements.

Safeguarding your most valued assets

Establishing a safe distance between your infrastructure and disaster recovery solution is vital to securing your data. Gain access to multiple storage sites around the world with Azure, so you don’t have to worry about proximity risk.

Protect your data and workloads.

We’ll help you shelter your systems from catastrophic loss with a best-fit IT disaster recovery plan.

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