A Disaster Recovery Plan deals with recovering services after a disastrous interruption. A Disaster Recovery Plan implies a stoppage in critical operations and is a reactive process.
Softsource offers a disaster recovery service that enables customers to back up their servers into a secure robust Data Centre away from the production systems. From this stable environment you can recover single servers or all servers into the Softsource infrastructure on demand. Dedicated recovery instances can be purchased to guarantee recovery infrastructure so that in the case of a wide spread disaster your company can rest assured your recovery resources will be available.
The ability of an organisation to recover from a disaster is directly related to its degree of disaster recovery planning before the actual disaster.
Softsource specializes in comprehensive and affordable disaster recovery services that offer superior protection of your irreplaceable data and minimize the adverse effects of a major unplanned outage on your business. In securing your information systems, personnel and business processes, our multi-layer protection ensures the continuous operation of your business no matter what the event -- our first priority.
We will help you:
- Reduce or avoid revenue losses
- Protect your mission-critical data by leveraging our infrastructure and support services
- Reduce downtime in the event of a disaster or other unplanned interruption therefore increasing employee productivity.
Recovering failed applications & IT environments is complex, requires great human intervention, and often takes weeks to bring the environment back online – if at all. Can your business afford this downtime?
Softsource has vast experience and expertise in understanding the challenges of Backup and Disaster Recovery. Our Managed Disaster Recovery Service leverages our online backup service to deliver fully managed disaster recovery for a simple add on cost per server per month, allowing customers to consolidate and save on their backup and disaster recovery spending.