Disaster recovery is no longer a luxury you can do without.

 IT failures, power outages, natural disasters and the growing rise of cyber-attacks means it is no longer a matter of if a disruption will occur, but when. Don’t let your company become another statistic. Implement a scalable, flexible and secure disaster recovery solution with Data Integrity’s Disaster Recovery as a Service.

Your critical business systems will be continuously replicated in the cloud using the global leader in Disaster Recovery software: Zerto. Recover from floods, fires, hurricanes and ransomware attacks with automated processes, leveraging Zerto’s continuous protection.

Why a managed DR service?

  • We manage the design, deployment and initial testing

  • Ongoing monitoring and reporting

  • A flexible cloud-based solution, tailored to meet your business needs

  • Save on time and resources with our Disaster Recovery staff

Why do we need DR? (Disaster Recovery)

IDC research indicates that more than 70% of companies surveyed, experienced up to ten hours of unplanned downtime over the past twelve months. About 27% of those companies estimated their cost of downtime to be between $10,000 and $99,000 per hour.

Source: IBM Cloud and VMware

Resiliency: Your Cloud for Business.

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Cost per Datacenter Outage by Industry

Do your backups protect your data in the cloud? Yes and no. Your backups may protect your data but what about your ability to recover quickly and have your data and business online again? Have you tested your disaster recovery plan? How long did it take to get an email server back online and productive again?

As you see disaster recovery and business continuity and resiliency are two different things. Just because the data is backed up doesn’t mean you’ll have the server and data recovered too.

Source: Gain IT Resilience with Zerto and IBM Cloud, 2018. Read the blog to learn more.

The Business Value of IBM Cloud Object Storage

Technology enables business and digital transformation (DX) and 3rd Platform technologies (social, mobile, Big Data, and cloud) that are changing IT infrastructure requirements at a rapid pace.

Adoption of innovation accelerators such as Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics, augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), and robotics is also fueling data growth.

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