Disaster recovery maintains data in a highly secure offsite environment. There are many benefits of disaster recovery for businesses, with cost savings the most commonly known. It also cuts down on space needed for infrastructure and can be implemented effectively in businesses of all sizes. However, it is important to know which service meets the needs of your company.
Categories of disaster recovery options
Managed disaster recovery and managed applications.
Most enterprises look for a cloud hosting service combining primary production and disaster recovery offered by managed service providers.
The option enables businesses to reap the benefits of the cloud without having to worry about managing hosting in-house. It is essential to know that the provider offers an uninterrupted service, however.
Backup to, and restoration from, the cloud
Applications and data are hosted in-house. The hosting service backs up the data, which can be restored to the hardware should a disaster occur.
Backup to, and restoration to, the cloud
Your data is held in the cloud as opposed to in onsite infrastructure. This option needs cloud resources and storage. You are able to undertake restoration either in the event of a disaster or on an ongoing basis. Pre-staged restoration is also needed, however, to ensure that data remains up to date.
At Ten Ten Systems, we help businesses implement various disaster recovery services, dependent upon which serves our clients’ need the best. No matter which option is installed, they can rest assured that their data is far safer than it was prior to implementation.