New options to help your business sustain itself should disaster strike.
Disaster recovery has moved to the cloud, and now you can leverage this solution to ensure that your files are protected and that your operational downtime is kept to a minimum. At OnSite I.T. we’ve been Alberta’s leader in backup and recovery solutions for some time, and now we can offer your organization a solution that will work to protect your business from the lost revenue that typically accompanies a data-loss event.
At OnSite I.T., we have already established ourselves as Alberta’s most reliable managed IT services vendor. Part of a comprehensive managed IT services plan is to address an organization’s business continuity strategy. The more data your organization has, the more important the protection of it becomes.
Leveraging Cloud Solutions
If you rely on cloud backup, you need to consider DRaaS.
While our powerful Backup and Disaster Recovery solution duplicates your onsite data, if your organization has begun to leverage cloud solutions to increase collaboration and cut capital costs. In the cloud-based model of data redundancy, DRaaS is the only service that adds a degree of backup and recovery fallover. This means that along with the powerful backup and recovery services that you’d expect from a disaster recovery service, you also get your cloud-based infrastructure, application, and storage restored to a “hot” site while your IT department or managed IT service provider rebuilds your infrastructure.
Whether your organization relies on public, private, or hybrid cloud systems, OnSite I.T.’s DRaaS presents choices on how to deploy their infrastructure, applications, and storage.
Typically, these enterprise-level recovery services have come with a hefty price tag, but at OnSite I.T. our knowledgeable consultants can find a disaster recovery solution that fits your organization’s demands, and fits comfortably within your continuity budget.
Cut Down on Your Risk
A comprehensive DRaaS system reduces organizational risk and provides peace of mind.
Business continuity is a solid risk management practices for any organization. By carefully considering what data is essential to sustain the profitability of your organization, your IT department can get your mission-critical computing resources up an running again fast. If your business relies on hosted computing solutions, you cannot afford to not have a solution in place to protect your business from the perils of data loss, and the cost-latent downtime that is the result of it.
For more information about Disaster Recovery as a Service, or to get assistance protecting your valuable data and infrastructure, call us today at (403) 210-2927.