Disaster Recovery Plans
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:Backup and Recovery
Works With:Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, SQL Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
A disaster recovery plan is for the continuation of business critical IT related systems following a disaster. A disaster recovery plan is specific to IT related systems, and is not to be confused with a business continuity plan (BCP). A BCP is a broader plan that identifies how an organization will continue to function during a disaster. In the IT world, a disaster could be the loss of a critical server or a natural disaster that wipes most, or all the IT infrastructure. Taking the time to create a disaster recovery plan will assure you are protecting business critical data and systems and can recover quickly in the event of a disaster.
360 Visibility's solutions offer the most comprehensive business continuity, high availability and continuous data protection solutions to support your disaster recovery and data recovery software planning needs. Our product suites ensure uninterrupted access to all types of file and application servers. Don't wait until it's too late - Be prepared with help from 360 Visibility.
Additionally, with all the business being conducted today through email, we provide a specific focus on providing continuous availability to MS Exchange applications. This is further strengthened by protecting business critical database applications through our database specific support, including SQL and Oracle, as well as tailored support for Microsoft IIS webservers.
Through automatic failover to high availability technology, our products minimize both planned and unplanned downtime, which provides for true business continuity and data recovery.
Let 360 Visibility help you see clearly and act faster in the event of a disaster. Get your customized quote today.
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